David Cameron is hoping for cross-party support for the reintroduction of Liam Fox-hunting. The defensive creature is often spotted scavenging for juicy left-overs in urban areas, most recently in Tripoli.
‘The Fox needs to be carefully controlled, I’ve heard reports that he’s encouraging mates to mark their territory in government buildings’, said Cameron. ‘We need to hound him out, before he pisses all over my doorstep.’
The secretive animal has dug a hole for himself, but some hope he may be allowed to survive. ‘I don’t think we should tear him apart just yet’, announced Minister for Justice Ken Clarke. ‘I’d prefer someone to rub his nose in it first, or hit him with a rolled-up newspaper.’ Clarke refused to say who he thought was the best man for the job.