Easter Recess Knocks the Fun Out of British Parliament

The British Parliament returned to session this week after a whole month off for Easter recess.  Apparently the Labour Party fell into a stupor and have not since recovered.  Every single question they asked was rebutted with relative ease by Prime Minister Butch/David Cameron.  Adrian Mole/Ed Miliband did not even bother trying.  A really sad attempt.  Below, the highlights of this week's session if you could even call them that.

The session's festivities kicked off with the Conservative parliamentarian David Amess requesting that a referendum on the European Union be moved up due to his mother's advanced age.

Conservative parliamentarian Richard Ottaway asked a question on slavery in Britain.

Liberal Democrat Bob Russell pointed out some corruption in the Conservative Party and received this reply.


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