Westminster was rocked again today with the news that three senior Tory ex ministers are proposing to start their own group. Amber Rudd, Philip Hammond and David Gauke announced that they felt restricted by their old careers and now wanted to branch out and explore their own material and get back to their roots.
The three who have been practising and rehearsing in Amber’s dads garage over the last few weeks told reporters that they feel the need to get their own stuff out there, show that they are still hard core and get on the road and reconnect with their fans.
Amber said, Gauky has an old transit van and with Phil having once done a one week government sponsored apprenticeship at his local garage, he shouldn’t find it too taxing to get it up and running.
We reckon that we can kip down in the van to save money and we are looking to start a crowd funding page on Facebook, appeal to all our followers who loved Phil when he had that microphone in his hand, giving it large during our live parliament gigs.
The group expect to follow the usual circuit, Universities, Conservative clubs and WI halls and although they have yet to get their first booking, they think if they can get a spot on Britain’s got talent, it will get them some much needed media coverage, maybe even a set on the Andrew Marr show.
Currently a trio, they are hoping to attract new members but recently turned down David Cameron who kept offering to hook them up with some banging weed and since word got out that they are looking for a front man,Chuka Umunna has been on the phone day and night.
Asked about a name for the new group, Hammond said that they are considering, Still Right, Amber and the Money Trees or The Joyless Division, but they are open to suggestions from their fans.
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