Prime Minister, David Cameroon, has come up with a clever plan to embarrass Labour by promoting a TV debate with Class War before the next election.
He argued that there was a 'groundswell of opinion that dismissed all the effing political parties' that should be given a voice. However, insiders at Tory HQ have told Spoof's undercover agent in their ranks that Cameroon hopes many Labour supporters will back Class War, thus losing Labour many seats.
A spokesperson for Class War, Ian Bonehead, said Class War was 'ready to debate with any class enemy on behalf of the working class'. Asked who was advising Class War Bonehead said that working class heroes Prince Kropotkin and Sir Herbert Read were 'guiding the Class Campaign'
The BBC were unable to tell Spoof what they would do with Cameroon's suggestion but feared a Class War debate might get 'out of workers control' but Sky News was keen to have Prince Kropotkin's ideas promulgated - he had 'after all been the inspiration for the great pop idol sometimes known as Prince'.