It’s been a tumultuous two months in British politics, with decades of sleaze and harassment slowly being revealed amid a string of serious allegations.
But the British film industry has taken advantage by resurrecting the classic Carry On franchise with a new movie, Carry On Westminster.
Kevin Spacey, who suddenly has a lot more time on his hands, will play the leading man Michael Fallon.
“The Carry On films were from a more innocent time,” explained Spacey.
“Back when sexual harassment wasn’t so frowned upon and was viewed with hilarity rather than scorn.”
Spacey will be joined by Barbara Windsor who will portray British Prime Minister, Theresa May.
The film will start with a hilarious scene in which Boris Johnson accidentally rips off May’s dress and she is forced to run naked through a Westminster wheat field.
“It’s a shame that so many of the former cast members aren’t with us anymore,” said Windsor.
“Charles Hawtry would have been perfect as Jacob Rees-Mogg, Kenneth Williams would have been a great Michael Gove and Bernard Bresslaw had the size and gravitas for Boris Johnson.
“And for the other parties, we could have had Sid James as Jeremy Corbyn and Hattie Jacques as Dianne Abbott to provide the romantic interest.”
Jim Dale has signed to play as Nick Clegg, being involved in a guffaw-inducing side plot of trying to regain his seat from Jared O’Mara.