Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury has broken all the rules by criticising the Coalition Government for bringing in legislation which no one voted for.
'Who does he think he is,' barked on Tory Backbencher, 'the bleedin' archbishop of Canterbury?'
A more sober tone was taken by a leak from the Cabinet Office. It smelt bad and indicated someone had pissed in their pants.
With a vacancy expected at the head of the Labour Party the Archbishop was obviously throwing his hat into the ring.
Regular worshippers in Canterbury were excited by the line taken by the Archbishop.
'I have been learning the Red Flag instead of the Lord's Prayer,' said one of the faithful, 'and it is so inspiring.'
A march on London from Canterbury bringing tales of misery and sadness throughout Britain is being organised and the Police are known to be uneasy about taking Churchgoers into custody. A Chief Inspector has said he could not arrest the Archbishop because it would go against his religious views.
The Tory Party is thought to be at Prayer pleading for the lost souls of Canterbury so that they can return to the fold.