In a move not seen since the dark days of World War Two, British political parties united in their desire to see the TheSpoof.com's Star Trek extravaganza collaboration conceived by BuckwheatsButt and championed by Jalapenoman The Movie to be produced in the UK.
Leader of the Opposition, David Cameron, in a hitherto uncharacteristic behavioural trend, for once grasped the bull by the horns, telling a packed House Of Commons:
"We understand that this is an American concept, driven and financed by American creativity and good business sense. But I would like to point out that Britain ticks all the right boxes when it comes to film production. We're cheaper than Hollywood, we have comparable levels of expertise in the field, and we've got shitloads of Polish carpenters who can build the sets dirt cheap. So come on Hollywood! Bring the Star Trek collaboration extravaganza to the UK! We' can make it happen for you! YES WE CAN!"
The Prime Minister, moved visibly, stood at the despatch box, a tear leaking from his good eye, and told the house:
"I can only endorse what my Right Honourable Friend has just said. I am deeply moved."
The two men then threw their papers into the air and approached each other across the floor, where they hugged each other in a manful buddy-buddy type way. Not we hasten to add, a gay way. These guys don't do gay."
The house broke into spontaneous applause, and clearly emotional MP's hugged one another. The Speaker immediately called for fresh supplies of Kleenex.
More as we get it.