The government has today hailed the success of it's 'Topless Jobless' legislation that it launched last Monday. The new law means men who have never been in employment must walk around city centres with no top on so they can be easily identified and jeered at. The idea was introduced to appease Tory back benchers and the Daily Mail and coincided with the recent good weather we have seen.
'Some believe this move is a blatant violation of the career unemployed's human rights but that is simply not true' David Cameron told us. 'It just means those that are not working and therefore not paying tax, can be identified and ostracised by those who earn millions but avoid it'.
The Deputy Prime Minister has taken the majority of the criticism, with many of the affected unemployed protesting outside his house. However Nick Clegg has remained loyal to his master and defended the policy, saying that without the Lib Dems, it could have been a lot worse. 'We introduced the amendment to the original white paper that stopped the proposed tattoo on the forehead. Instead the 'Topless Jobless' just have to permanently carry around a can of 'Stella'.