PM David Cameron is said to be on the verge of appointing a 'queue tsar' to monitor and control queueing across Britain.
Having studied 'The German model' which adopts a 'survival of the fittest' approach to queuing and has led to a halving of queue-related complaints, Cameron has accepted that reforms are necessary.
"Whether we like it or not, queues are here to stay. They touch on everything in our lives from entering the country in the first place, waiting for drinking water, the panic buying of petrol, entering The X Factor and even phoning your bank to complain about overcharging. Queues provide an excellent social opportunity, replacing pubs and Post Offices and will become the hubs of our community".
Cameron under pressure to appoint Minister for Queuing
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