'Cameron and Clegg's Fudge Kitchen' has now opened in Parliament, following the Queen's Speech. It boasts the largest number of fudges in Britain. Co-Proprietor, David Cameron explained how the shop works:
"It's an exciting new coalition concept, we've fudged everything. Our cheapest fudge is the 'Electoral Reform Fudge'. This uses artificial ingredients, such as promises that it'll ever happen, and is cooked on such a low light that it won't be ready until well after the next General Election. More sought after is our 'Inheritance Tax Fudge', a Tory recipe, produced for richness (protecting the country's 3,000 richest estates). More of an acquired taste is our 'Nuclear Fudge', which uses Lib Dem abstention agreements to filter out opposition."
The secret of the Fudge Kitchen's success is its managing partnership: Cameron brings the (artificial) sweetness, while Clegg provides the all the butter (wouldn't melt in his mouth).