School students took to the streets today to celebrate the Government Education policies.
There is huge support for the drive towards private education, now being implemented for university students and in the pipe line for all school students.
'If you want the privilege of education you have got to pay for it' said Tory Education Minister Handy Glove 'you can't expect hard working tax payers to help the disadvantaged poor to send their children to school.'
'Brilliant' exclaimed a school student out for the day supporting the Government's policies 'you can't have mad, insane university students rocking the boat. We need more and more police keeping demonstrators down.'
The Minister of Sport passed through throngs of students and amazingly no one recognised him. 'What does that tell you about the poor level of teaching in our schools today?' he asked.
New policies curtailing Sport at schools have been greeted with enthusiasm in Parliament. 'I was given hell by my Sports master at school' remembered one M.P. who failed to score in an Eton v Harrow cricket match 'it is time to teach these jumped so-called fitness freaks a lesson.'
'We welcome all the young people yearning to get into our Headquarters' said a smiling Nick Clegg 'if I recognise any of them sticking out their tongues at me I shall see our CCTV records are sent to the police so the culprits can be sent to prison.'