The government have strongly hinted that the supermodel Kate Moss may soon be legalised. In the next round of legislation, the Home Secretary Jacqui Smith suggested that Kate Moss should be allowed to exist under the full protection of the law but that it would not necessarily be a signal that the government condoned her behaviour.
Currently, Kate Moss is illegal, though the penalties for approaching Kate Moss in a built-up area after the hours of darkness are greater if the police can prove that the driver of a car intends to use her for any purpose other than that stated on her passport.
The British Medical Journal said recently that legalising Kate Moss may reduce the spread of Pete Doherty, but might encourage a society that lacks morality. Campaigners have long called for the legalisation to take place. This would bring Britain into line with other European countries where Kate Moss is legal and special buildings are set aside for her to work without interference.
Kate Moss was unavailable for comment, but available in all other senses of the word.