The treasury today told David Cameron, according to inside sources, that they could no longer fund the 'Rent-a-mobs' that the government hire to create violence at peaceful demonstrations to undermine the protesters' causes.
This follows three large scale operations where up to 1,000 'heavies' were hired to infiltrate student demonstrations against massive hikes in student costs. The mobs were charged with creating violence and providing police with the opportunity to attack British Citizens and call for all dissent to be banned - unless it's about cuts in police pay or numbers.
It has been reported that off duty police officers have been hired to incite violence but the Met Commissioner denied this saying that he could not condone a situation if police were given carte blanche to beat up their own colleagues. It would lead to anachy, he said.
The Commissioner warned all pensioners, disabled, epileptics and street vendors to stay away from such operations because he could not guarantee his officers, high on adrenaline, would not attack them by mistake.