The example of how the Syrian Government has dealt with rioters has stirred the Police Federation to attempt to follow in their footsteps. In future anyone who disagrees with the Government in Britain is liable to be shot - you can even get into trouble if you are suspected of having a view contrary to the Establishment.
UN Secretary General Who He condemned the British Government and said they would push for sanctions against the UK, but a source close to the Government has declared that 'no amount of bullying from foreigners would alter the resolve of the Government to deal effectively with disagreeable people.'
Tory Backbencher, Toby Snout, said the measures were needed and should go further. 'It is clear' he said 'that some people will stop at nothing in being a bloody nuisance. We have to slap these people down just as we did when we ruled the world.'
We join Christmas festivities and remember that in the New Year there is only one course of action - invite the Syrian President O Sad to provide his advice on how to encourage a civil war.