(satire – probably)
The largely symbolic business secretary Vince Cable, has dismissed his opinion about the loss of Britain’s triple-A credit rating as being “largely symbolic”, saying his thoughts about it are not very important and not really worth taking much notice of.
Mr Cable told the Andrew Marr Show there was “no reason why my thoughts about the downgrade should have any impact” as he pointed out that nobody really gives much of a shit what he has to say about that “or anything else really”.
Mr Cable’s comments come not longer after the planning and transportation committee of the City of London Corporation announced it had decided to start legal action to evict Mr Cable from his occupation of the moral high ground in the government due to the “nuisance and annoyance he causes every time he opens his mouth”.
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