He never wanted it, but sometimes destiny has a way of calling.
Elected to represent Dunny-on-the-Wold, he'd planned to make the most of his MP allowance, leasing a flat in Camden and going to shows every night. But the people he'd met out on the streets--they'd needed help. And grudgingly, he accepted that he was the man for the job.
Striding into Westminster for the first time in months with purpose in every step, he began setting wrongs right. But nobody likes an upstart. And Boris Johnson just hates 'em. So while LAME SAYINGS
took a stroll on the Millenium Bridge, Boris snuck up behind him and pushed the LABOUR BACKBENCHER
right over the edge.
It is now DAY.