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GB News to attend PMQs

With more backbench Conservative MPs joining GB News, and Dominic Raab allegedly bullying his way into a daytime job with them, it has been decided that employees from the unbiased fact service will sit in the government back benches during PMQs.

They will act like schoolchildren, braying at the opposition and laughing at poo-poo-face name-calling, to release the presenters from the tedium of doing what the taxpayer pays them to do.

'This sounds like a pragmatic arrangement,' said a GB News spokesman, adding, 'and it should only last until the next election, anyway'.

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