Politicians today united to condemn the system known as 'democracy' where ordinary members of the unwashed, ignorant public were given a say in whether they kept their jobs or obtained promotions.
'The whole system is a disgrace,' said Gordon Brown. 'How are politicians expected to show authority and leadership when people are given some kind of vote. The whole thing will just turn into a popularity contest.'
The nation's political elite joined teachers in a combined cry to be prevented from being assessed or criticised in any way by those they claim to be serving. 'In my day, we'd have flogged the little bastards for their cheek,' said once recently retired politician and former teacher.