England has never had a Prime Minister who made people laugh so much. His jokes have the nation in stitches. Parliament has become like a music hall stage on which he entertains the House with his unique brand of humour - humour that is often coarse and vulgar, and majors on flatulence in all its nauseous guises. But ironically it is the much-maligned fart that may ultimately bring about the Prime Minister's scandalous downfall ... Following in the long tradition of scatological British humour previously practised by ...

A Stink in the Tale 2014, Telos Publishing Ltd, Surrey

ISBN-13: 9781845838928

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