As it looks more and more likely that the Scottish National Party (SNP) will block a vote on fox hunting regulations in England and Wales David Cameron has voiced support for a proposed deal between the current UK government and the Scottish Nationalists.
He has put forward a ruling suggesting that captured foxes will be given to the nation of deep fat fried food lovers in exchange for abandoning moves to block a fox hunting u-turn. The PM was quoted today as saying he could see "no problem" with providing the Scots with the culled animals while also saying they could potentially be a "healthy snack"
It is currently unknown as to how the foxes will end up on Scottish plates but potential details of the clause have pointed towards making the creatures a 'chip shop' exclusive. The move has been panned by many while the solitary 8 supporters of fox hunting have admitted they would be willing to provide catches in exchange for a vote concerning the return of the bloodsport. Fox hunting opponents have been sickened at the news with many Scottish fox lovers in particular planning a one day 'Chip Shop boycott' in the event of David Cameron winning over the SNP leaders who have currently refused to comment on the matter.
However, it seems unlikely that the offer will be refused. This is mostly because of the current obesity epidemic that has a tightening grip on many bulging waists