The latest Robbie Williams song, 'She's a B*tch', has been banned by all UK radio stations.
A spokeswoman for UK Radio Panel said,"This song is entirely unacceptable. It's lyrics might possibly imply negative things about a woman and Mr Williams should know that is unacceptable in 21st Century Britain. If he changes the title to 'He's a B*tch', then we have no problem with its release."
When asked what songs were acceptable for men to sing about, she replied,"If men want to sing about love, which is something they know very little about anyway, then they must be sad songs about how they cannot survive without a woman and how terrible life is without a woman in their lives. They must be about unrequited love, loving somebody else's woman or other hopeless and unachievable aims. That way we can continue to inspire and encourage men to be depressed and suicidal."
When asked about the songs that women were allowed to sing, the spokeswoman said,"songs about strong women, independent women, songs that portray a survivor who doesn't need a man and who is better off alone."
We look forward to another increase in the male suicide figures as a sign of the success of this policy.