A major funder of the Conservative Party and a hedge fund manager, Toby Moneybags, has been awarded for his 'services to the nation' with a knighthood in the New Year's Honours list.
'This is to celebrate the Big Society' claimed David Cameron 'showing that giving money to a worthy cause and a track record of helping yourself should be suitably rewarded.'
Criticism of the move has come from misguided people who do not see the Conservative Party as a Good Cause and who wrongly thought charity was about helping others rather than helping yourself.
With 2012 about to begin this kick off to the future has boosted confidence in the Big Society showing we are all in this together. Moneybags admitted that there might be people more deserving of a knighthood than him but suggested that 'few people have been able to challenge the truth more spectacularly. I think I am a fair choice as someone with the brazen effrontery to put truth on its head.'
As Sir Toby Moneybags sped away in his Ferrari he knew that £50,000 was worth throwing at those who could help to maintain him in his state of altruistic benevolence.