The Coalition Government has warned UK citizens against "all but essential" travel to Spain, after 50 years of British holidaymakers flooding the main Spanish resorts.
Prime Minister David Cameron, determined to get some positive publicity after a winter of bad press, tasked George Osborne to identify potential savings for the hard pressed British voter. Osborne has suggested that, if holidaymakers change their habits of a lifetime, they can save thousands of pounds every year.
Osborne made an announcement this morning :
"I would strongly recommend to all British citizens who intend going to Majorca, Tenerife and Gran Canaria that they reconsider their holiday options this year.
Instead of going abroad, they should just go to the town centre in any UK seaside town this summer and they will be guaranteed scorching sun, lager and wicked louts spewing up all over the street and wall to wall cafes serving all day breakfasts for £1.99.
They'll save a mint".