TORY MPs last night said they could now get on and fix the economy as they would no longer be distracted by gay marriage.
The backbenchers have already unveiled a series of policies including giving mortgages to people who cannot afford them, getting banks to continually sell those mortgages to each other and giving tax breaks to Britain’s payment protection insurance industry.
The Bank of England also expressed its relief. A spokesman said: “Our economists have been completely paralysed by this issue. Whenever we asked them how to fix the economy they just looked at us blankly and said ‘more gayness?'”
Meanwhile, the Society of Gay Entrepreneurs said its members could now get back to creating jobs after being distracted by Tory opposition to gay marriage.