UK Prime Minister David Cameron, has formed a 19 person, Business Advisory Group, which will meet tri-monthly, to learn how to mind their own business and not everyone else's.
The group includes some famous business names such as:
Indian Businessman Rat-in Tato-Curry, head of the Tato-In-Curry chain, who also own Jaguar Curry Cars, Land Rover-a-Balti, and Tato-in-Tea.
The big white, as opposed to yellow, chief, of the Sony Corporation, Sir How-can I-String-U-Along,
Paul Walsh-Diaper, head of Diapers Incorporated, and Tenalady
Sir Martin Not-Sorry, from WPP, which stands for Wanted Persons in Putney
Just-in Coo-King, of Sainsbury's
SamCam Lay-the-law, from Centre of the universe
Sir Michael Rake-it-In, who is head of BT - which stands for Buffering Twits
Dick Oliver-Twist, from BAE Systems, which stand for Buffoons Alliance of England
David Cameron acting upon complaints from the public, about businesses using the public's private data to send them unsolicited mail shots, selling all manner of tack, aims to teach them all to mind their own business.
The 19 men met at Downing Street, to get their first dressing down earlier today, they each left with a flea in their ear, having been told in no uncertain terms, to stop selling tack and pestering the electorate, with rubbish by mail.
Rat-In-Tato-Curry, arrived with 20 helpings of Potato Curry in a bid to appease David Cameron, but was unsuccessful in doing so.
Just-in Coo-King, of Sainsbury's, tried also to appease David Cameron by turning up with 20 free jam tarts, but was accused of being a Jammy Dodger and slapped on the wrist, for trying to take advantage of the invitation, and get a free high level plug for his Jam Tarts, none wore skirts.
Dick Oliver-Twist, told David Cameron, that David Cameron reminded him of Mr Pickwick, which met with the disdain of David Cameron, who thought him a trifle audacious.
Sir Michael Rake-it-In, was accused of eavesdropping into people's phone conversations, and was slapped on the wrist for doing so, he was ordered to cease this practice, with immediate effect.
The outcome of the meeting was that David Cameron, doubled their corporation tax, to teach them all a lesson, in showing more respect for the electorate.
All chairs were electrified, and no one left the meeting other than for David Cameron, who left the conference room, shouting "Next".
More news Later, watch this space, minus fat cat twits in office.