“I couldn’t keep it up any longer. I was tired and had to get back to work”, commented the outgoing Tory leadership candidate Matt Hancock, aka prankster extraordinaire Karl Power.
Sir Graham Brady, Chair of the 1922 committee, summed up the sacrifice: “Never before in the history of British politics has an ejected Prime Minister shown such unswerving loyalty to their party by committing the ultimate selfless act in joining the opposition “Forget Brexit. This is Theresa’s legacy.”
“Whereas last year’s work was a static artwork on display temporarily, this year’s submission will be a fluid artistic process culminating in the permanent installation of a Member of Parliament; the physical embodiment of a one-word repetitive political philosophy: Brexit. I could have called the piece Rhubarb, but that’s been done.”
A large demonstration was held in central London featuring guest speakers, a talking robot Donald sat on a toilet and the return of the Donald man-baby blimp. Although the robot and life-size blimp were very eye-catching, the star of the demonstration outside Parliament Square was Katie Price, who agreed to vent the public’s frustrations over the president’s ‘dangerous and divisive politics’ on the public’s behalf.