It's financial crunch-time for Great Britain. The galactic interest charges on the National Debt must be paid. The Prime Minister and his Cabinet are desperate to sell assets to raise cash. But only one man can save the nation. Jason Bryggs. He'll sell anything to maximise his bonus....
......and have written a book about my experiences.
'Theresa, Boris and Me, Jason. The Government's Top Salesman Tells All.'
Some kind reviewers said of it:
government has decided to sell off Britain's national treasures so
that the interest on the National Debt can be paid. We follow the
Government's Top Salesman – Jason Bryggs – as he finds buyers for
anything that can make him rich and enhance his bonus'
book is an insightful romp about a nation struggling to pay down its
debt. Characters abound and plots sizzle, but politics rules all.
Timely and very entertaining.'
formidable piece of incisive and entertaining satire.'
hero provides so much corroborative detail that I find him utterly
Affairs Correspondent, Incho Blink, reports that in an amazing
U-turn, the British Prime Minister and her latest Minister for
International Development have cancelled the £15 billion per annum
of foreign aid intended for 51 countries in the third world and
decided to donate this amount to a single destination instead.
Minister's Office and the Ministry for International Development
issued the following joint statement:
“It is part of
Britain's DNA to assist those with economic problems, especially the
weak and the poor around the world. But, in our unyielding
endeavours to ensure that the British tax-payer gets best value for
his and her foreign aid contributions, we have discovered much
corruption which is unacceptable. For example:
created so as to receive aid
bundled with foreign aid and converted into private trusts benefiting
built for one ruler
construction of a
airstrip to receive supersonic aircraft
kitted out with foreign aid funds and then rented out as security
It is clearly not
right for the British tax-payer to continue to fund such practices so
Her Majesty's Government has decided to grant the totality of the
foreign aid to a reliable state and after much discussion and
consultation has nominated Northern Ireland as the future recipient.”
reports that India was much put out when hearing of this decision,
whilst President Macron issued a statement saying he was glad France
had not been considered as a beneficiary. The 51 countries that had
originally been put forward for foreign aid called for United Nations
sanctions against Britain, whilst the League of African States
labelled Britain's volte-face as “the result of selfish thinking in
fading colonialist countries.” Wales and Scotland have declared
independence and the EU has increased its divorce payment demands. A
spokesman for No. 10 said 'We have always been clear that we want to
get best value for the British tax-payer and have always been
committed to this.... Er...um....”