The Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC), which is normally quite secretive has said it will invite opinions on the matter of the UK "snooping laws" from Mavis Hill, 73 and Gladys Rammsbottom, 75 to ensure that public opinion is taken into account to reach a balance between the needs of GCHQ versus the impact upon people’s privacy.
The GCHQ spokesman, John Smith (real name) said “having Mavis and Gladys as consultants will ensure that this balance will be maintained as they have been snooping on their neighbours for years without their knowledge”
Mavis added “We know a lot of things about the people who live down our road but We've not hurt anyone. Expect that Mrs Brown – well, what she was doing having six pints of milk being delivered every day I do not know and I just had to tell Mr Brown about it…and how many leaks is that plumber going to fix around number 68? I mean I could say so mu…”
John Smith interrupted “We glad to have these experts in their field working with us and it’s important that we listen to all of our customers all of the time”