Thursday, 14 May 2009

Breaking News: £10 survival kit for MPs is launched.

From the Northamton Chronicle:
Discount brand chain 99p Stores, which is based in Northamptonshire, has unveiled a survival kit for MPs costing less than £10, ahead of its latest branch opening in David Cameron's constituency.

The company, which has its headquarters in Daventry, has taken advantage of the expenses scandal to market its cheap overnight kit to help politicians curb their spending.

The pack includes a road atlas for commuters to Westminster as well as strong detergents to clean pools or moats and bath plugs, all costing 99p each.
Great idea. Maybe it should include a copy of "defrauding the public for dummies"?

1 comment:

curly15 said...

Looks like Cam's cleaner was better thann Gordon's (shared) cleaner.