In a move during Prime Minister’s questions yesterday Labour leader Ed Miliband left both sides of the house speechless and in shock.
Miliband looked David Cameron in the eyes and demanded that the opposition leader should do the decent thing and resign. “For too long I have seen myself dithering and flip flopping on all the major issues of the day” he went on, “This has gone on for far too long ,I have been found wavering on whether I should have my Brother David or Hazel Blears as the best man at my wedding, What flavour pasty I wanted Ed Balls to buy in that Greggs publicity stunt and even trivial stuff like Jeremy Hunt and the tanker drivers dispute. I have for sometime, laboured under the misapprehensions that I am somehow funny and charismatic, yet despite taking lessons on these topics from Gordon Brown this has proved not to be the case. I have received a lot of support on the matter of my resignation from my party, especially from my brother David”, Mr Miliband then went on with his trade mark calls for other people’s resignations, “ As well as calling for myself to resign I also think it is, as a matter of principal, the following people who should also resign, Jeremy Hunt, Teresa May, George Osborne, Ozzy Osborne, Mr Johnson my year twelve history teacher, the next England football manager whoever it will be and finally Her Majesty the Queen, whose lack of a Jubilee would save us billions by cancelling the bank holiday”.
David Cameron speaking later told reporters, “I hope Ed can survive these calls for his resignation as I would hate to see him go as he has been very good for our party”.
Ed Miliband calls for himself to resign
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