Kit Malthouse says coming up with precise guidance was a "Scotch egg moment".
Featuring the Battle for Manchester, weird excuses for not feeding children, and a politician's nether regions.
Police minister Kit Malthouse and Boris Johnson are among those who have publicly mixed up the rules – and they created them.
The justifications, which range from vouchers going straight to a "crack den" to "nationalising children", have a lot of people scratching their heads.
Kit Malthouse says there is "plenty of information out there on the internet".
Policing minister Kit Malthouse said the government could only influence their wages through minimum wage increases.
But Labour leader stresses it should have been removed peacefully: "You can't, in 21st-century Britain, have a slaver on a statue.”
How Boris Johnson Got Serious About The Tory Leadership With A 'Near-Extinction Event' Warning To MPs
Cynical, slippery and ruthless? Perhaps. But the former foreign secretary moves within touching distance of replacing Theresa May.
"It seems right to me that I withdraw my candidature".
Jacob Rees-Mogg could represent the UK at Brussels if foreign secretary wins power.