Madame Tussauds have refused to commission a waxwork of Gordon Brown at "this moment in time".
Supporting the populist feeling that politicians shouldn't 'double-job', while working for the taxpayer, the famous waxworks have reiterated that Gordon needs to concentrate on his primary job. Their spokesman, Nigel Candle-Remains said:
"There is a growing feeling that politicians should carry out the main public representative task we, the taxpayers, fund them to so do, rather than take secondary employment at our expense.
"Gordon is already paid for being a popular feature of the existing televised national waxworks, or Houses of Parliament, as it is sometimes referred to, and we think he does a good job.
"We also have not been able to emulate the change of facial colour Gordon sometimes undergoes in the Parliament waxwork, for example, when Dave Cameron asks an embarrassing question.
"We aim to review the situation as soon as new Labour become ex-new Labour."