Four former FoE directors have told David Cameron that he is being badly advised over UK's nuclear power plans.
"Of course I am badly advised" retorted Cameron, "You don't think I come up with so many dud policies all by myself. The previous government, having used so many bad ideas during its years in power, left the country with a huge deficit of weak policy suggestions. It is only right and proper that I try to regain our party's status as a laughable policies leader by heeding as much bad advice as possible. Indeed, although I did not say so at the time, this was a key factor in us Conservatives accepting Nick Clergy as Deputy Prime Minister and appointing Vince Cable as Business Secretary."
"British governments" continued Cameron "have a long tradition of ignoring good and listening to bad advice. I have been advised that we owe it to the advisory panels of the past to maintain that part of our heritage."