As William Hague prepares to take PMQs this morning he will also be looking forward to his trip to Washington with George Osborne and Liam Fox, where they'll be looking to repair relations with the Republican Party that were so damaged during the Howard era. So with David Cameron on paternity leave and William Hague out of the country, who will be taking charge of the Party during their absence? Well according to the Daily Telegraph it will be none other than the Shadow Home Secretary and my old boss, David Davis. So I have been speculating on what DD might do during his brief tenure in charge.
Day 1. Announce immediate front bench reshuffle promoting Derek Conway and Greg Knight
Day 2. Launch new economic strategy involving £38 billion of tax cuts
Day 3. Announce the appointment of Eric Forth as Deputy Chairman, Candidates
Er, before I get myself into very deep water, I'd better stop at 3! But feel free to make your own suggestions in the Comments section!
Note to Bob Piper. This is meant to be funny. A joke. It's called humour!