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Thursday, 3 June 2010

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All the main parties including the incumbent government have admitted their slogans were not worth the envelopes they were scribbled on.

One MP, estimating he could make a cool £1m over the next term scoffed "What is change anyway? Hitler was 'change', I have 'change' in my pocket and I 'change' trains. It could mean anything. I can't believe the voters fell for it!"

One Liberal MP admitted the slogan 'change that works for you' was really directed at MPs and their families. "We can't really change anything I'm afraid other than our bank balances. The important stuff is tied up in Brussels."

The new government was more guarded in it's response stating they have already improved 'transparency' on public sector pay but admitted privately - "transparency is just telling you what we earn before you find out, it's hardly 'change you can believe in' and all that bollocks!"

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