On the eve of the budget being published fear has spread about the possibility of the extinction of the Quango. With calls about reinstating foxhunting to protect livestock in London instead of the countryside we might start to hunt down the wilderbeast of the administration. The Quango is a human made pest born out of the fear of politicians to make decisions themselves. The combination of budget problems and the urge of the coalition to reintroduce decision-making into the political process posts a real threat to the Quango. So far the Quango population remains thriving but you can never be careful enough. With the African Quagga the same thing happened, from being a healthy population they vanished almost overnight and the last female African Quagga is said to have died in a zoo in Amsterdam in 1883, nowadays recognised as a subspecies of the zebra. However with the current high density of photographers in South africa there have been sightings of to male British quaggas by the name of William and Harry. They British Quagga is a subspecies of the Quango. Apart from the royal family it contains members of the house of lords representing a Quasy Governing Goverment Appendix that claims a higher right to govern because they have been given that right and not just been elected for it. They are more likely to survive as they are exempt from budget constrains as they thrive on budgets from the past. Attempts of stabilising the Quagga population are already under way by crossbreeding Quaggas with Quangos. The UKTI is one of those incestual breeds. However it has recently attracted unwanted attention by its apparent sponsorship for arms deals (one of the few things that still seem to be made by British companies)and the fake affair were a fake princess tried to sell UKTI access to a fake reporter.
In order to protect the species the best solution would be to transport the whole population of Quaggas and Quangos to a zoo with public access such as the various “ROYAL” sanctuaries and charge the public for a second time to see what they already paid for. Looking the Quango over the shoulder however might get them to work that little bit harder. Food will only be awarded for good performance which would at least halve their diet. And caloric restriction has proven to double the lifespan of nearly all species, so that could be a potential life saver.