September 22, 2006

'Political In–correctness Gone Mad'

Conservative Leader David Cameron today setup a new policy group to tackle what he termed ‘Political In correctness gone mad’ within the mainstream media. The move comes after a recent poll suggested that people thought David Cameron, ‘Didn’t moan enough to be Conservative Leader’.

The new policy group is to be headed up by former Journalist, Richard Littlejohn. In a BBC Radio 4 interview this morning he stated, “I’m working on something that’s not Racist, You couldn’t make it up!

Previously my most serious piece of political journalism was that Essex Girl Joke Book I wrote, now Davey boy has named me one of the Beautiful People.” When asked about his motivation in taking up his new position Mr. Littlejohn claimed it would help him “score” more often.

An unnamed labour official was overheard saying, “I don’t have a name, whats that all about?”

Escaped Mental patient and author of, “Political (In) correctness” Professor McDougal explained, “Previously people thought that political correctness was a society’s major ill, surveys show that the public are reaching a tipping point whereby PI replaces PC”

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  1. Hamid Sirhan

    Wonderful! Richard Littlejohn of The Sun fame! Investigating political correctness on behalf of the conservatives! Fantastic! Time to appoint Bernard Manning and Robert Kilroy Silk to head up the Conservative Committee for the investigation of race relations!

    22 Sep 2006, 15:34

  2. Tim

    Apparently the two-tone group Madness are fronting a new campaign to stop the use of terms deemed as racist.

    It’s madness gone politically correct.

    15 Oct 2006, 17:09

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