Wednesday, July 11, 2007


I have just been reading the terms and conditions of the Downing Street petition and notice that it includes:

We reserve the right to reject:

* petitions which are intended to be humorous, or which have no point about government policy (however witty these are, it is not appropriate to use a publically-funded website for purely frivolous purposes)

Which leads me to believe that the petition to ask the Prime Minister to stand on his head and juggle ice cream is being taken seriously by the government.

Oh, goody!

1 comment:

Lord Straf-Bilderberg said...

Can you imagine it - a humorous constitution? Can you imagine Broony trying to write it?