The rashers of piggery served up every morning are reducing the image of Great Britain to that of a banana republic.
We already know that we have a toxic Prime Minister who is incapable of accepting that he is ever wrong.
We have a Speaker of the House who is more concerned with his own reputation than the governance of the country.
It is time for the Queen to step in.
It is said that this would provoke a constitutional crisis. That she can only act on the advice of her Senior Ministers.
Could any constitutional crisis be greater than the one we are enduring at present?
In the midst of the worst recession this country has known, we have ministers running around with bunches of roses for the electorate like errant husbands.
When calm heads should be ploughing through the accounts of the great nationalised services, looking to see where savings could be made without disrupting services, attending to the needs of the vulnerable, we have ministers locked in negotiations as to how much they should put back into the communal trough to minimise the public relations backlash.
We are not being governed, we are not being served by these public servants.
If we are to have a crisis, lets have a proper one. Let the Queen recall parliament, kick them all out, every last one of them; let the senior civil servants report directly to our head of state. Let the police investigate as they will.
We are tinkering with the minor details of a bad marriage, listening to the endless excuses of a philandering abusive husband, accepting the flowers and chocolates and earnest entreaties that it will not happen again.
It is time for the divorce lawyers.
HM The Queen, divorce lawyer to the electorate. An urgent appointment please!