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MP, Stress and a long summer break

Choosing furniture from the John Lewis list, completing expense forms and free foreign travel has proven very stressful for most Members of Parliament.

MPs have been under increasing pressure with working hours increasing from four to six hours a day, although the three hour lunch is seen to be some relief on the tremendous stress experienced by the public servants.

The Prime Minister has not escaped the pressure and is under strain due to his no existent leadership style. "I'm not mental and there is nothing wrong with my health" shouted Gordon Brown as he hit the desk with his fist.

An unnamed Lord was awoken from his slumbers in the House so he could make an official statement "Hang the buggers, that will teach them, it was not like that in my day" He mumbled before falling back to sleep.

Health advisor's have given emergency advice to reduce the mental problem of the Members of Parliament:
  • Drink more alcohol
  • Have an affair
  • Refurbish second house with new furniture
Health officials emphasised that it is not a cure, but it does relive a lot of stress.

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