A selection of UK government cabinet members today visited Welford Park to meet and congratulate the contestants and winner of this year’s Great British Bake Off. Home Secretary, Theresa May, seeming to struggle more than usual manoeuvring in her aging human skin suit, immediately devoured Nadiya Hussain’s child when the winner of this year’s competition presented her youngest to the Home Secretary.
There really is a lot to be excited about following the election of a Tory majority to Westminster last week. We’ll all soon share an email inbox with our pal Theresa, and, as taxpayers, we will no longer have to support the disabled or those struggling on poverty wages or zero-hour contracts. Big international corporations can finally shred red tape around concerns of public health or environmental impact and sue us for their God-given right to profit when TTIP is finally signed. It’s also rather exciting to try and guess where the £12 billion in cuts is actually going to happen. Or is it £20 billion? There’s that other pesky £8 billion which has to come from somewhere, right? Actually, who cares!? Fox hunting: Aaoooo!
But there’s something else exciting in store for us…