After the recent Scottish referendum made it clear that everyone in Britain wants their MPs to vote only on matters that concern them and their constituents, David Cameron has announced a strategic alliance with Apple and their iTunes store.
‘Ten years ago,’ he said, ‘the only way to obtain a legitimate copy of a song you had to buy the whole CD. Now, you just download the songs you want and ignore the rest. We’re going to do this with policy too. Why elect a manifesto that has bugger all to do with you?’
In the next election everyone will have a voting iTunes account and can download the policies they think reflect their political beliefs. Added Cameron: ‘We’ll even sweeten the pill by downloading the entire U2 back catalogue as well. Except the new album, obviously.’