An emotional President Barack Obama arrived in London today following the announcement by David Cameron and Nick Clegg that one of the coalition’s first radical plans was to ban home information Packs (HIPs).
‘When I heard the news I ordered Air Force One to change course from our planned meeting with Chancellor Merkel to discuss the fate of the Euro, after all this is real change that people can believe in’ said the tearful President ‘In fact if he were still alive today I believe that Martin Luther King would have added it to his list of ‘I have a dream’ ambitions.’
The FTSE 100 stock market rose 45% on the HIPs news, but in Iran there were riots as gangs roamed the streets, demanding HIPs to be re-instated, and it is understood that burning the emblem of the National Federation of Estate Agents was widespread throughout the country.
Following his arrival in London, President Obama had urgent meetings with David Cameron and Nick Clegg as he sought to find out more about the radical coalition’s newly agreed agenda. ‘It looks like we may be on the verge of an ideological revolution’ said the president ‘As it looks as though plans to simplify the horse passport system will be in the Queen’s speech.’