Poor Britain is staggering, burdened by the dead weight of Guardian journalists. Our wealth creators have to carry on their shoulders dozens of second rate hacks – useless, arrogant scribblers with gold-plated pensions. So it isn't just unfortunate economic necessity, this programme of cuts: only by slashing at this dark undergrowth can we free the private sector and grow back to good times.
Actually, I lied. But Dorries does it all the time, so hey. And what I'd have Mrs Marr say is more honest than the gumph she peddles; I predict the total demise of the Observer, once a good paper, as the public sector advertising teat runs dry for the Guardian.