Scores of British unworkers today rallied against the Prime Minister's decision to make 29th April 2011 a Bank Holiday in celebration of the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The group claim that the 'windfall' Bank Holiday, which falls directly between Good Friday, Easter Monday and May Bank Holiday in 2011, makes a mockery of their way of life and only serves to actively encourage those people who wish to work to instead have more time off than is absolutely necessary.
The leader of the group, Flossie Ditch (pictured above), released a statement earlier today condemning the PM's decision, adding that "It's gonna take me twice as long to get round Iceland if I don't leave 'til after Jeremy Kyle's finished, what with all them bloody skivers swoonin' about the street covered in soddin' buntin'."
Ms Ditch , of no fixed address, further stated that the wedding itself will be "nowt but a load of toffs gettin' it on with other toffs" but that she herself "might gi' it a sniff if it's not on at t' same time as Trisha."
The Prime Minister was unavailable for comment. However a Number 10 spokesman has released a statement which simply reads 'WHAT-EVA!'