Tony Blair consigned another part of the rich British culture to the dustbin of 'political correctness', when he announced that bonfire night was banned.
‘I don't like the idea of my British people having fun', he stated.
‘They don't have bonfires in Jamaica, The Bronx or anywhere else for that matter' he added.
‘Pain, misery and political correctness are the only things the British understand' he maintained.
‘Guy Fawkes was a real bad lot, just like that nasty Saddam chappie.'
‘Why, you'll be telling me next that people will burn effigies of me and my buddy George W on bonfires!'