LONDON - After PM Cameron went around the country taking about his new cultural directive, Big Society, the man has fallen into a state of mental sickness.
According to doctors, Cameron had been suffering from 'delusions' that BS was going to work.
This reporter, who has an A-level in Psychology, went for the only interview Mr. Cameron will have with the press corps.
"Please," he whimpered, "It'll work! I know it! It'll make England great again! Everyone helping. Doing less with less. Oh, how ironic. But It Will Work!"
Cameron then went into a fit, after which this reporter was asked to step outside of the building.
After having a seat empty at No. 10, Cameron has stated he'd 'let the work ex. kid do it.. that Clebb or whatever.'
Acting Prime Minister Nick Clegg is happy in his new position.
"Wait, what?" he stammered. "I'm... Prime Min? NOOO! Same power as old Cammy? Oki doke."
Clegg, hoping to gain some moral ground and trying to show that he is still the good guy, has promised 'to ACTUALLY stop the rise going through, or at least limit it to £5,000' and install the cuts over a series of years, not 'all at bloody once', as Cameron did.
The public's opinion shot up after hearing these words, and skyrocketed further after pictures from BBC Parliament were shown of Clegg saying 'Oi! French showers (douches)! I'm in charge. NO TUTION FEE rises. I'm not going to back down. I own your jobs, dicks."
As of press time, Rupert Murdoch's News International (the UK arm of News Corp), was being torn apart by Clegg, to the nation's joy.