David Cameron, the wide faced leader of the conservative party, has begun his fight back against his falling place in the poles, and "Girdn Brun's" preparations for a surprise early election.
Cameron's first move has been to set John Prescott on fire. The former Deputy Prime Minister was on fire for several hours while over five hundred fire men battled against the flames.
He was largely unhurt, and has returned to the house of commons with nothing to show for his ordeal except for a few bandages and a cut lip.
Never the less this was a tremendous show of strength on the part of the Tories who managed to take down such a large target without being detected, as efficiently as possible and in remarkable time.
In a separate incident lobbyists cornered Chief Labour Party Whip, Geoff Hoon, and shaved all his hair leaving him a mockery among labour 'back-benchers' and quite incapable of performing his duties without being laughed at.
The self styled Irn Bru ruler will have a more difficult time than he imagined facing such a cunning adversary.
This just goes to show there is more than meets the eye behind the fat cheeks of Mr Cameron.