Government officials have outlined plans to sack benefit cheats and replace them with people that might have cheated, but did not have the bottle to do so. The change in circumstances for many fraudsters means they will no longer be able to sustain their lavish lifestyles.
Social Security Minister Rt. Hon. Ian Oilcan Smith defended the decision by stating.
"Och a dinny noo wat all the fuss is aboot mon we wull save the country a fortune ".
Benefit cheat union official, Art Dodger has called for members to vote on a strike ballot.
"They've got a f**cking cheek mate, my members and I have been stealing from the Government coffers since 1960 and we are proud of our historic role in the down fall of this once great nation. What are my members supposed to do without the extra money? Many of us have businesses to run and need the hand outs to cover the cost of our cars, holidays, Sky boxes, caravans, plasma televisions and of course the alcohol and cigarettes. I suppose they will be telling us they are going to cut housing benefit for anyone under the age of ninety".
Prime Minister, David Cameroon said he thought the winner of X factor would go far.