Veteran Labour politician John Prescott has backed the controversial decision to release the Lockerbie bomber.
Speaking from his home in Hull, Prescott said "I have no objectifications regarding releasifying a person who may, or may not, have been instrumental and central in acts of terroristically terrotastical acts of terror. The parliament of Scotland has a political dutification to act in a humane and nobly Scottish way. If a person is suffering, no matter what criminalistic doings have been done, then it is right to freedomise them, at once."
Opposition spokesmen have so far failed to argue against these comments.
Prescott is certain to cause international unrest. He has already been informed that even if he ever found a plane that could carry him, he will not be welcome in America. Other Labour politicians have been slow to give their opinions.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown said "Er....well... it depends..... maybe.... Oh, didn't the cricketers do well and isn't it sad about Teddy Kennedy?"