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Monday, 18 March 2013

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police prepare for another Commons karaoke night

The House of Commons has issued a short statement reacting angrily after the arrest of Eric Joyce at the Commons karaoke night, since he denied being drunk at the time of the incident.

"There is no way any self-respecting public official or professional in the political arena would even contemplate karaoke in a state of sobriety. To claim otherwise is quite preposterous and undermines the credibility of Parliament. Being somewhere on the spectrum between 'a bit tiddly' and 'drunk as a Lord' is par for the course."

Commons guidelines have since been updated to cover wrestling with policemen, which is acceptable so long as one does not call them 'plebs'.

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