New British Prime Minister David Cameron has today delivered his first speech as the nation's leader, and has announced his intention to ban any further broadcasts of the BBC1 show EastEnders.
Cameron told a massed media gathering outside number 10 Downing Street this morning that the miserable soap "really gets on my tits" and vowed to prevent any more screenings.
He may have already run into trouble though. Lib Dem leader and new Deputy PM Nick Clegg is an ardent fan of the show, and he has called for the support of fellow Liberals in retaining EastEnders to the Beeb's roster.
Clegg told his own gathering of media nutters:
"I'm sure myself and Mr Cameron can work together on this issue in the best interests of the country, and that we can resolve the situation to a satisfactory conclusion."
Labour spokesman, Alan Johnson MP, who used to be a postman, said that his party was divided on the issue, and that an emergency meeting had been scheduled for next March up at his local in Hull.
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