Some enemies of the people have been caught siding with criminals against the British taxpayer. The Court of Appeal has ruled that the brilliant Chris Graybeing, as Minister for Profitable Incarceration under the Bullingdon Club and its little yellow enablers, acted unlawfully in depriving prisoners of legal aid. Besides being horrified at the idea of convicts reading books, Graybeing was appalled at the idea of the right to legal representation applying to prisoners who were other than wealthy, especially when the Conservative Party was busy punishing prison staff for belonging to the hated public sector. Graybeing's replacement, the jabbering homunculus Michael Gove, was equally silly but more media-savvy, and reversed some of the cuts but left in place those he thought he could get away with, namely those that affected only the livestock in the human warehousing industry. A spokesbeing is apparently considering the judgement on behalf of the ever-absent Liz Truss; it remains as yet unclear whether Graybeing's law-breaking spree will result in a custodial sentence.