Thanks to an ill-considered purchase of 'Glorifying Terrorism' I have already had enough bad satire about British politics for the moment (*), therefore it seems to be rather gilding the lily to have this implausible 'Cameron' character come up with a policy that allows the hoi-polloi one 'free' trip to the Costa Del Pleb per year whilst his friends in The City pay the big bucks to fly further afield.
Presumably they have some theory about how they are going to stop people from taking the Eurostar to Paris then flying from Charles De Gaulles, either going through the passenger manifests or checking people's passports on the way back into the country. No doubt some countries will, in the manner of Israel, offer not to stamp ones passport. Or maybe the immigration officers will see a business opportunity here.
Anyway, someone should explain to Dave that a bait and switch only works if you wait for people to take the bait before you perform the switch. The Labour manifesto of '83 was described as the longest suicide note in British political history. This, I think, will go down in history as the shortest. Where do I bet on Hague being Conservative leader at the next general election?
(*) what is the opposite of biting satire, gumming satire?
Think that you should get an organic box, but think that you would just see it and think 'oh fuck, what am I going to do with Swiss chard' (*)? We can make you feel better about yourself with new WeaselCo Supermarket Food offsets. From only 10 pounds a week, we will buy some organic food and send it to someone who would like it but couldn't afford it. All the good vibes and none of the Swiss chard.
(*) I recommend not eating it, although it is no less edible than many things that are essentially inedible.