Political Rebranding Hits Westminster

Written by j.w.

Thursday, 29 May 2014

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Following the elections it has been decided by all Parties to carry out an urgent exercise in rebranding 'to win back the faith of the people in the political process'.

The Tories have decided not to change very much however.David Cameron announced: 'We were Con yesterday, we are Con today and we will be Con tomorrow.'

The Labour Party was divided between becoming Socialist Labour or Social Labour. A clever compromise was arrived at with the adoption of the title SLAB, so that people could decide for themselves whether they were supporting Socialist or Social Labour.

The LibDems wanted a slight change with the Dem part of their title becoming Demolition.

UKIP opted for regional variations so SUKIP in the South, NUKIP in the North, WUKIP in Wales and SCUKIP in Scotland. This also suited their variation of policies in each region.

The far left radical Classwar have gone for Upper Class War in Kensington, Middle Class War in Tunbridge Wells and Working Class War in the North.

To bring non voters back into the fold the Police Federation have sponsored a special scratch card which will go to all voters. The winner will be invited to a seminar in Downing Street on 'How to bring down the Government'.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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