The organisation that represents the UK's satire writers has decided that any joke linking Nick Clegg with the bad weather will be within union rules.
Robin Billiams said: 'Nick Clegg has been taking a lot of heat from critics and satire writers alike, pretty much taking the blame for a lot of things and selling-out his promises in the deal with David Cameron.
'We've also seen a lot of material about the weather, so really, it's quite natural to link the two together.'
Mr Billians said he didn't expect a flood of jokes blaming the deputy PM for the snow but 'wouldn't be surprised if one or two started to appear.'
Offering up some examples, he continued: 'We could see something like: "Clegg admits weather was not covered in coalition deal" or: "Lib Dem rebels say Clegg sold them down the frozen river".
'Or what about: "Election pledge by by Lib Dems to tax bad weather vetoed by Cameron"?'
The union's ruling council will vote next week on whether or not Nick Clegg can be blamed for you having a shit Christmas with your family.