In the latest changes to the house of lords reform, David Cameron (Eton School & Oxford), announced that the upper chamber of the UK parliament will be moving from one of hereditary peers and political appointees to one where anyone from either university, Oxford or Cambridge, would be permitted to stand for election.
Deputy Prime Minister, Nicholas Clegg (Westminster School & Cambridge), said "this will stop government being an elite place where only people who went to Eton stand a chance of power, and offer those of us who only went to Cambridge a chance", at which point the Prime Minister laughed, for some reason.
The leader of the Labour Party, Ed Miliband (Haverstock Comprehensive School & Oxford) approved the move saying "by ignoring which school a child went to before going to either university, social mobility will be increased." Again the Prime Minister laughed, for some reason.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair (Fettes Academy; Oxford) was not available for comment. Boris Johnson (Eton; Oxford) was, but his comments were not suitable for repetition in a family newspaper.