The two major political parties in Australia have confirmed today that they’ve been very entertained by the events in the UK over the last 24 hours.

Speaking to The Advocate a short time ago, the two party’s leaders said there has been a bit of laughter about what’s transpired in the halls of Westminster.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten explained that they couldn’t believe how gutless their British counterparts were.

Bill Shorten, the leader of the ALP who started the whole coup culture thing explained that he actually agreed with Morrison on this issue.

“There’s nothing wrong with knocking off a sitting Prime Minister because it’s the flavour of the month and creating a climate of uncertainty for the indefinite future, unless it’s me of course,” he said.

“How pathetic from the Brits to just stick with one leader.”

“And take my word for it because Sco-Mo and I don’t agree on many things, apart from a lot of elements of border protection, the new encryption laws, and so on, so it must be a common sense thing to just change Prime Minister every year,” Shorten said.

He then randomly asked our reporter what their favourite type of lettuce was in some weird attempt to make conversation outside of politics.

Morrison did indeed echo Shorten’s sentiments on the issue a short time ago.

“Owww scary, we better not roll our leader and cause widespread destabilisation and disarray within our government and our country,” said Morrison making crying eyes with his hands and pulling a funny face before bursting into laughter.

“Watch out, we better not change Prime Ministers again for the sake of it,” he then said in a baby voice before losing himself to uncontrollable giggles again.

“Seriously though, I’m a fair dinkum bloke and I just don’t get how they can be so piss weak.”




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