The Labour Party today announced the new slogan that they keep on braying about at every available opportunity in their attempt to bully Parliament into holding a general election that no one except themselves wants.
The new slogan is based on the leader's "I was there, but I didn't think I was involved" mantra he recited on the occasion of his visit to a wreath-laying ceremony in Tunis. He thought he was there at the invitation of Jeff Al Ha Bezoski to commemorate a month of autumn Amazon on-line special offers that had gone terribly wrong, or, "Black September", as he recalls it being called.
The new mantra - "There, but not involved" - used as a descriptor of their politics, will be officially unveiled by the leader's director of media and communications, Herr Doktor Death Windanpizz at the party's annual flag-waving ceremony being held in September.
This is a gathering where union leaders and other people, old enough to know better, think it's altogether very intellectual and smart to wave flags from dictatorships and chant highly offensive slogans at otherwise democratic countries they have actually never visited themselves.