In a hugely controversial move, Gordon Brown, who has been Prime Minister of Britain for 10 years, finally allowed MPs to be gay, cavort around parks naked, and receive erotic love letters from their constituents.
After a shake-up of the freedom of information laws, MPs can now fly around the country in private jets, hire quality whores, and accept huge donations from prospective peers, without anyone having any idea what is going on.
Gordon Brown, who stands down as Labour leader next month to allow his stunt double to take the helm, pledged more 'open' politics. This is obviously referring to the lewd acts which will take place in the suburban parks in exchange for donations and honours.
Critics called it a 'shameful day for parliament', as it will, for the first time in history allow corruption amongst MPs.
Calls to block this change in the law were rejected, as Mr Brown explained to them that, 'it won't change a ruddy thing. We are just going to carry on as we were, only you won't have to be bored to death by reports on the bad stuff we get up to!'
I was in Westminster this afternoon to interview one or two MPs on this matter. It proved impossible as I wasn't allowed to know who the MPs were.