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Gove notices flying pig before he admits an error

The former Cabinet House-Elf, Michael Gove has dismissed fallibility as a sort of patty made from chickpeas. A friend remarked: 'He has all the certainty of Tony Blair giving witness testimony or Bill Cosby ordering a round of cocktails.’

Up until now Mr. Gove's political life had been an unheralded success; apart from the failure of the entire education system, justice system and the cluster-f@ck that is Brexit. Explained one scientist and bookie: 'On the one hand you have Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle and, on the other, you have Mr. Gove - convinced that every one of his horrendous ideas is a good one'.

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