TV companies are working to arrange "fainting on cue" for future TV debates.
A spokesman explained; "When you've got a pair of bell ends spouting nonsense, there's only so much that you can expect the audience to sit through. We got lucky with Kate McCann, but for future debates we're working on a scheme of employing people with blood pressure or diabetic issues. When we feel the debate should be stopped, we pipe Jacob Rees-Mogg fantasising about Brexit benefits into the presenter's earpiece. Experiments show that does the trick in around 30 seconds."
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