The newly appointed leader of the British Plebs Independent Party (BLIP) has accused the government of using insulting language to attempt to undermine Blip's growth.
Joe Prole, Blip's charismatic top man, issued a stinging rebuke to Adrian Mitchell, the Chief Whip:
'To compare plebs to the police is an outrage' he exclaimed 'no true pleb would ever join the police - they are class traitors. We object to having our good name besmirched in this way!'
David Cameron announced that no Government minister should compare plebs with the police. 'The police are are nothing like plebs and we are worried that the police have been upset. It is just an unfortunate blip' he joked.
Naturally Cameron's 'joke' upset Prole. 'Cameron has just made it worse' he complained 'we are no joke. Blip is growing and the Public School Squad (PISS) is going down the drain!'
The Sun has come out in favour of Blip suggesting that the British people are tired of Piss and want 'some fucking plebs in power.'