The skeletons are currently locked away in a closet somewhere in the central London, however it is looking increasingly likely they will only see the light of day when a few more Lords and Ladies have died.
“It’s hard when you are securely locked away and the only people with the key to let you out don’t really like you” a spokeskeleton said.
“We thought we would be let out when people started talking about Savile, but he had good lawyers who liked to sue and he died with a hero’s farewell.
“Then Theresa May announced an inquiry into why we were locked away, but with everyone having had dinner with Leon Brittain that soon came to a standstill.
“We got excited when we heard Theresa May approaching the door, but that’s because the closet is near the carpet she was sweeping things under.”
The skeletons are now expected to spend another few decades locked away in the dark closet, however as more and more skeletons emerge, the council will hopefully evict them for overcrowding.