January 23rd, 2012

An MP moans about their subsidised food:

“The bucket’ of chips, while attractive to some and no doubt trendy, makes for soggy chips. The tower arrangement is better.”


6 Comments

  1. 1
    Give em says:

    1980s school dinners.

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  2. 3
    Mike Litorus says:

    To the MP who complained:

    Stick your subsidised chips up your arse.

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  3. 4
    Fobbed off Constituent says:

    In answer to my query if he could justify subsidy for their dining, my MP tells me it is because these advantageous prices are “available to the whole estate” not just MP’s and its in recognition that the staff at Westminster work “unsocial hours”.

    So thats the apparent official line then.

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  4. 5
    Do you think we're effing proles? says:

    As one of just 650 MPs representing the views, interests, futures and prospects of 70 million people, I DEMAND that my chips be built as a citadel, as per the previous arrangement.

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  5. 6
    Breton says:

    Well, it does seem factually accurate. I can see chips wouldn’t work that way.

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