In the government Cabinet reshuffle today, David Cameron sacked himself for being useless.
Afterwards, he said: 'Our stated policy is to go on blaming Labour for the mess that we are in for many more years to come. However, it became evident to me that recently I have started taking responsibility for things myself, and this is frankly not acceptable. I have therefore sacked myself, and I will replace myself with someone who is much more able to blame everyone else but myself.'
Meanwhile, not to be left out [Editor's Note: Left Out would be a good name for Labour party gay activists - just a thought...], Ed Miliband has reshuffled his bunch of anonymous incompetents.
Announcing the changes, Mr Miliband said: 'Friends, I have made some changes. I have made some changes. But friends, I am accused of repeating things. I am accused of repeating things. And friends, it has been said that I don't know the currency of Bulgaria! Friends, it is the lei. It is the lei.'