MPs are to quiz TheSpoof.com editor Mark Lowton over allegations of phone tapping. Keith Jazz, Labour MP and cushion lover, said "we are fed up with the truth being published in the Spoof.com. We believe that all the writers must be benefiting from phone tapping. How else could they know everything?"
Politicians have been aghast at the way the truth has been revealed. Several cabinet ministers have been forced to resign as a result of TheSpoof.com's revelations. Now it would appear that these revelations were obtained through illegal measures.
Mark Lowton was asked to comment. "No comment. And you can quote me on that. Ok, I will just add this. I did not tap any phones. we operate just like any other daily newspaper. We make it all up."
If found guilty Lowton could be sentenced to a maximum of 5 minutes in the top security prison currently being constructed in Terry Wogan's back garden. Freedom of information campaigners are expected to commence a vigil outside his bedroom window.