Former MP Alice Mahon, 87, has quit the labour party today having "blooming well had enough of it all".
The former MP, 89, has originally stepped down as MP after describing Tony Blair as a "berk" however agreed to remain in the actual labour party as a cleaner for the various homes of Home Secretary Jacqui Smith.
However following the removal of afternoon scones from the Labour Party canteen, the elimination of Thursday Bingo night, and restriction of private showing of Deal or No Deal, Mahon, 91, said "I have reached the conclusion that there is not any avenue left in the structure of the Labour Party for people like me."
Furthermore, in discussing the Labour party itself, Mahon said "It is not a party I recognise", causing queries to be raised about her memory.
It is believed that Mahon, 93, will now take permanent residence in the Norwich Home for the Baffled.