Duds Army

Who do you think you are kidding, Mr. Major,
When you're trying out your tongue?
We are the ones to tell profit from a loss,
We are the ones who cough up to pay the boss -
So why do you think we are fibbing, Mr. Major
If we claim that we've been stung?

Mr. Brown can paint the town
In several shades of dung,
'Cause he comes home each annum
With another million bung.

So watch out, Mr. Major,
You are sounding very crass:
When your new balloon goes up
You'll see it's full of Gas -
So who do you think's being diddled, Mr. Major,
When you hear the cash-bell rung?

From Tony Blair reminds me of a budgie

Duds Army

British Gas made a pre-tax profit of £1.245 billion. Asked about the new share bonus scheme reportedly set to double the pay package of British Gas chairman
Cedric Brown, John Major responded: "I much prefer profits to losses, provided there is a good service to customers, and provided the price is right."