Two days before her assassination, Jo Cox tabled two questions with the Ministry for Wogs, Frogs and Huns about the Government's Islamic fundamentalist chums in the House of Saud. Cox asked the Ministry for an assessment of the UN's decision to remove the Saudis and their allies from the list of states and armed groups which violate children's rights during conflicts. The Government has indicated its respect for the murdered MP by extruding a flunkey called Toby to shrug off her questions in the usual manner. Toby conceded that the Saudi-led and Westminster-condoned rampage in Yemen was having a "significant impact" on children, including collateral damage and possibly premature career opportunities in the military. Thanks to the fog of war, it remains unclear how many of the affected children are genuinely significant, by virtue of being products of hard-working families. Nevertheless, the Government "continues to support the work of the UN on children and armed conflict" by continuing to arm its Islamic fundamentalist chums while instructing them quite assertively not to use the weapons for nefarious purposes. Answering questions costs money, so Toby economised by giving the same answer to both questions.