Following defeat in the Commons vote over military action against Syria, the Prime Minister has promised to orchestrate a "robust response" to the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime.
David Cameron was defeated in the Commons as MPs rejected a motion on the principle that military action could be required to protect Syrian civilians.
But when asked for a reaction to the vote, the PM shrugged and claimed he was "not bothered", and that "me and Sharon know where Assad lives, and we'll be waiting for him tonight".
Prefects from the Stop The War Coalition immediately announced plans to walk home a different way to avoid the garages behind the shops, although spokesman Walti Prendergaust said in a handwritten note passed from the front that "they always threaten violence but all that happens is they all stand in a circle clapping and shouting Fight! Fight! Fight! for about five minutes until someone from the 1922 committee shows up".
Despite threats of detention and the possibility of being removed from the gang if he was found to be a ringleader in any violence, Cameron remained confident that he would be victorious if things came to blows, as his dad was bigger than Assad's dad.