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Thursday, 12 January 2012

image for A few questions for Mr Cameron - from an aged citizen! Wealthy smug chops.. I mean David Cameron.

We have granted a decrepit, impecunious, impetigo suffering Nottingham gentleman, 65, space to ask his questions of the Prime Minister, millionaire, Etonaian, nepotist, apanthropinisation sufferer, and Prime Minister of the UK David Cameron.

Question One: Re: NHS
Q: Are You bothered at all?
a) That unqualified carers are doing nurse's job's including taking blood samples, reviving patients and supervising entire wards.
b) Christine Lofthouse, was taken to St James's Hospital. She was left on a trolley for hours, not given antibiotics, for a urinary infection, & prescribed the wrong medicine. She died in the hospital after bank holiday staff shortages led to appalling basic errors in her care.
Q: Are You bothered at all?


Question Two: Re: Unemployment
Q: Are You bothered at all?
Migration is killing off jobs: 160,000 Britons have missed out on employment because work was taken by foreigners
23 fewer jobs for British workers for every 100 migrants from outside EU.
Migrants have forced tens of thousands of Britons out of the workplace, a landmark report warned yesterday.
An independent panel of advisers found that, between 2005 and 2010, 160,000 people had been 'displaced', or left jobless, by a huge influx of foreign workers.
For every four migrant workers who come to the country from outside the EU, one British job is lost, the experts said.
Q: Are You bothered at all?


Question Three: Re: MPs Expenses
Q: Are You bothered at all?
While the cuts in expenditure affect the prices in food, fuel, heating, etc, and thus the poorer of the voters, (okay so they might not have voted for you, but Gordon Brown's farting around gave them little option, MPs have been given an increase in expenses allowances?
Q: Are You bothered at all?

Question Four: Re: Crime
Q: Are You bothered at all?
Personal Reference question: I have been mugged twice, had my house broken into twice, and had my car damaged (which has now had to go because I can no longer afford to run it) last year.
Q: Are You bothered at all?

Question Five: Re: Economy
Q: Are You bothered at all?
Personal Reference question: I cannot pay my electricity bill. I was made redundant through no fault of my own two years ago, then suffered heart failure, I am now impecunious and depressed.
Q: Are You bothered at all?

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