Arm British dinner ladies with blunderbusses says Jacob Rees-Mogg

British Conservative politician Jacob Rees-Mogg MP in a top hat departing St. Paul's following the funeral service for Margaret Thatcher. The funeral of Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven took place at St. Paul's Cathedral in central London following a procession though the city with full military honours. Margaret Thatcher was Britain's first woman Prime Minister, from her election in 1979 until she resigned in 1990, she died on April 9, 2013.

Controversial Conservative MP, Jacob Rees-Mogg, has proposed that school dinner ladies should be armed with 18th-century blunderbusses to keep children safe from individuals he termed, ‘mountebanks, footpads, and ragamuffins’, during playtimes and at lunch breaks.

Speaking to reporters last night, Old Etonian, Rees-Mogg said: “In light of what has been happening in the United States, it is my firm belief that every school meal supervisor should be routinely armed with a blunderbuss to deter any ne’er-do-wells from the lower classes who encroach on school property with malice or carnage aforethought.

‘My grandfather shot a number of council estate children with his while they were on a conducted tour of our country estate in Staffordshire and they didn’t come back in a hurry I can tell you’

Rees-Mogg hit the headlines last month when he proposed that pupils who were lagging behind their classmates in grasping Latin grammar should be soundly thrashed by the school bully in front of an open fire before being given hot barium enemas by matron while reciting passages from The Ilyiad.

Jonny Shlep

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