Prime-minister, Rishi Sunak, is believed to be the prime-suspect in the brutal killing of satire.
'I'll miss satire", said a tear faced geek who spends far too long indoors. 'Obviously, I knew things were a bit dicey when Trump became president. But I never thought Rishi Sunak, of all people, would stoop this low - but obviously, he hasn't got so far to go.'
At the last statement, one of the 40 new hospitals released a statement that the body of satire had twitched.