It’s believed the story-line will centre on a desperate game of cat-and-mouse by the police to thwart a plot to chuck milkshake over one of the country’s leading political figures.
Speaking to Sky News, Lord Heseltine said: “They can take away the whip but they cannot take away my integrity, my convictions or my experience. I am a Conservative.” “This means staying true to the finest traditions of corporal punishment, caning, the wearing of fine leather (or latex) and rope play. These true principals at the heart of conservatism must remain intact”, he went on to add
Nigel Farage is facing an investigation into an undeclared £450 000 spent on him by insurance tycoon Arron Banks, which he claims were personal gifts. Our correspondent wanted to know if this seemingly farcical excuse had any truth to it so he donned his best fur hat, put on his Russian accent and snuck into Mr Farage’s exclusive birthday bash.