HARD-WORKING British families will be driving Golf Cabriolets and wearing white socks if the Conservatives are re-elected.
David Cameron’s pledge to bring back the ‘feel good days of Thatcherism’ will also include shoulder pads, pegged trousers and a ‘massive and concerted national effort’ to get Howard Jones to record a new album.
Cameron said: “I have dusted off my Flip USAF trenchcoat and am very much looking forward to a post-election celebration that may involve going to a restored Victoria Venue to dance around on one leg to the Thompson Twins.”
Chancellor George Osborne said restoration of the one pound note could lead to a further drop in inflation.
“Paper money is much easier to count, and far harder to throw at beggars, so people hold onto it for longer, bringing prices down. The cost of a Breville toasted sandwich maker will fall to pre-Top Gear levels.”
But Labour leader Ed Miliband attacked the Tory plans for failing to include anti-apartheid discos and ‘Joan Collins and Linda Evans having a big, sexy catfight on Dynasty’.