The most watched show on television, ‘David Cameron’, who is currently in his seventh season, will be leaving his ancestral homeland at the BBC for pastures new, it has emerged.
Having signed a new deal with Mammon – the god of all material goods and seventh prince of Hades – the unlikely phenomenon and former Prime Minister, will be exploring less austere opportunities, away from the public eye at Channel 4.
No longer will the viewing public be distracted by Mr Cameron ‘doing the right thing’ such as rewarding corruption, starving children, and demonizing the vulnerable. And who could forget his extraordinary feat of tripling both national debt and tuition fees, at the same time, a jape which has had everyone entertained for countless poverty-stricken hours.
The BBC’s political editor, Laura Kuenssberg, was so grief-stricken by the news that she immediately tendered her resignation, stating that: ‘The BBC has nurtured the show from its infancy giving David Cameron his distinctive charm. David Cameron is a quintessentially BBC programme! It just won’t be the same without him.’
‘We made a very strong offer to keep the show, but David Cameron’s lust for money simply cannot be sated with our limited resources,’ said the BBC. ‘We are sad to see him leave, but his departure means that we are now able to invest in our other most watched show, the Great British Sell Off – or Brexit as we call it.’