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The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Iain Duncan Smith is set to test drive a new driverless robot government department at the DWP which will allow cabinet ministers to play games and check emails while being in charge of their departments.

The first pilot of a new generation of self-steering clueless heads of department has been rolling out at the Department of Work and Pensions since Mr Duncan Smith was put in charge over 2 years ago and more completely aimless robot government ministers are due to be introduced into the UK government from 2014.

The driverless government ministers will be able to carry two passengers at a time along with them – for example members of the ministers’ close family – who will also be able to freewheel along with the cabinet minister doing nothing and going nowhere fast at taxpayers’ expense.

It is hoped at least twenty driverless government departments will be up and running by 2014, including the Prime Minister’s and the Deputy Prime Minister’s offices, and coalition ministers hope the government will be able to function more effectively and efficiently without the numerous grave and damaging human errors that putting a hopeless MP in charge of anything entails.


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