Australia’s part-time Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced that, in solidarity with the nation’s tradies, parliament will no longer sit on days with inclement weather.
”We’re all in this together, so I have made the decision that if it’s a rainy day then parliament’s off,” said the PM. ”After all, if it’s OK for our nation’s greatest people – tradies – then it’s definitely OK for the rest of us.”
“I mean, we can’t have Ministers having to get out of their chauffeur-driven cars and risk getting their suits wet, can we?”
When asked why the Prime Minister seemed to have a fascination with the nation’s tradies, Mr Morrison said: ”’How good are tradies?’ is a question that I want Australians to be saying more often!”
“For too long the nation has ignored the humble tradie, and that doesn’t fly on my watch!”
”Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to be off to see a tradie about plugging a leak. I am meeting him at Engadine Maccas.”
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