DAVID Cameron has offered to delay the general election for five years to give voters chance to make up their minds.
With much of the electorate still undecided, the prime minister has volunteered to stay in Downing Street for the rest of the decade rather than rush them into anything.
He said: “Nobody likes elections so if you don’t feel you’re in the mood for one let’s just skip it.
“I’m willing to hold the fort for another few years, continuing to do the excellent job I think we’re all agreed I’ve been doing, and by 2020 we’ll all know each other a lot better.
“That’s if you even want to bother.”
The suggestion was seconded by Nick Clegg and won the surprise backing of Nigel Farage, who admitted the last few weeks have been less fun than he had imagined they would be.
Cameron added: “I think it’s time we thought about scrapping these farces altogether.
“What say I give £150 to every hardworking family in Britain and we agree to cancel elections completely? You’d take that, wouldn’t you?”