Iain Duncan Smith to Repeal 1833 Factory Act, Women’s Right to Vote and Indian Independence

The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions has decided to claw back some landmark laws he believes we don’t deserve anymore.

He was interviewed, during a love-in, on the Andrew Marr show, where he explained why he took his “tough decisions.”

On women’s right to vote he said: “I brought in universal credit to replace universal suffrage, they have had it too good for too long.”

On the 1833 Factory Act he said: “These children have not had to work a ten hour day in 183 years, they have had it too good for too long.”

On Indian Independence he said: “India was the Jewel in the Crown…” Andrew Marr interjected: “Have they had it too good too long?” Smith replied: ”No, I just can stand the little brown buggers.”

In response to claims the cost to repeal these laws would run into millions, he said: “It won’t cost more than the in-laws have in their bank,” which didn’t reassure anyone.

To conclude the interview Iain Duncan Smith said: “Don’t ever underestimate the power of a quiet psychopath,” as Andrew Marr wept tears of unbridled joy.

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