William Hague, masquerading as 16 year old schoolboy Wory Real, addressed the Labour conference and as usual, made the audience weep. In an excellent disguise (bright red wig borrowed from his ex aide and school uniform complete with mothballs) he managed to impress even the most eagle eyed Labour supporter as he droned on about his impoverished background and how he cannot even afford Cartier gold pens any longer to use at school.
"The second home I had lived in since birth was repossessed and I owe my entire wellbeing and that of my family to the welfare state" he claimed and "that is why I joined the Labour Party"
Some delegates claimed he revived memories of the teenage William Hague’s address to the Tory party conference in 1977, when in fact Hague was already 33 and dressed identically, except for a Tory blue wig.
Bookies are offering 100/1 that Wory will be the next coalition Prime Minister.