Following criticism of Prime Minister David Cameron’s description of the coalition as ‘doing what it says on the tin’, the government has admitted that it is being paid handsomely by worldwide corporations to advertise their brands. It however insists that this use of advertising slogans is also a good way of connecting people, and invited critics to go compare the alternatives.
“We are probably the best coalition in the world,” announced Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg. “And personally, I’m lovin’ it,” he continued. “The future’s bright. We are tackling the country’s debt for you the public, saving you money every day because you’re worth it, and every little helps. We are so much better than the opposition whose financial policy was based on only the crumbliest, flakiest, err, chocolate.”
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