Iain Duncan Smith has personally intervened in the case of Dippy the Dinosaur saying that she can’t retire after many years of being worth the visit on her own at the Natural History Museum.
“Being replaced by a blue whale is no excuse to go off and shirk in a cupboard,” said Duncan Smith. “I’ve seen the Flintstones and that famous documentary on working class life shows us that Dippy can easily find a job in a quarry both mining rocks and providing an easy means of exit for co-workers.”
“Just because you are a century old plaster cast of a creature that lived during the Jurassic era it doesn’t mean you can insult Britain’s hard-working tax-paying families by laying about.”
“How many spare cupboards do they have in that museum anyway? Surely they should be taxed?”
Iain Duncan Smith has been Secretary of State for Work and Pensions for 165 million years.