In response to Gordon Brown's new money saving idea's involving John Prescott, David Cameron felt he had no alternative but to respond with like for like big ideas.
With this in mind DC (as he asked us to call him) met yesterday with Brains (the Thunderbird) on Tracey Island.
On the agenda was knife crime, immigration, extradition (Britain currently has no extradition treaty with Tracey Island) and the big issue of the year how to get out of recession.
The real discussions was the economic crisis amongst the many idea's discussed only one seemed plausible and easy to implement. Brains idea was the legalisation and licensing of Marijuana to the over 21's in a similar fashion to The Netherlands, essentially the Government could grow vast quantities of Marijuana at little cost and sell it for 3 or 4 time the value of production.
David Cameron (DC) rejected the idea out of hand, DC claimed that "Brains just doesn't understand the British people of today, we are not a nation of ignorant, binge drinking, drug taking moron's who shop at Aldi's or Lidl's. We are a nation who like the finer things in life like Harrods, Waitrose and Marks & Spencers. I know this because I'm in touch with the normal people."
When we asked 'the normal people' if DC was in touch with them the response was "David who?! Look mate were a nation of binge drinking drug addled idiots but if this guy comes around touching all of us we'll ring the police and claim compensation for harassment, alarm and distress!"
We asked Brains why he felt DC refused to use his idea but it was his medication time so a spokesperson for Tracey Island said "Brains had pretty much solved the UK if not the world's financial problems in 5 minutes and DC was genuinely interested, Brains offered DC some refreshments but DC was disappointed to learnthere was no Ginger Beer and home made cakes, he still liked the idea until we also informed him we had no cloudy lemonade or flapjack at which point the idea was dead in the water!"
Later that day New Scotland Yard received a complaint from Tracey Island stating that a senior British politician was always trying to touch family members, the police gave an incident number and appealed for witnesses. A Tracey Island spokes person said compensation would be sought for harassment alarm and distress.