Off with his head
The waxworks museum has decided not to commission a model of the Prime Minister because he has not made a sufficient impact on the public.
Ben Lovett, a spokesman for the tourist attraction, said: "We have decided not to create a wax figure of Gordon Brown at this interim stage. He may not be in the job for much longer. We could be making a David Cameron, who knows?
"We are apolitical and always listen to the public in terms of its figure selection process. So we will not make a Prime Minister until after the General Election as this is the best possible indicator of public opinion and popularity."
And there was me thinking it was because they had too many wooden lifeless dummies already. Of course Madame Tussaud made her name by copying heads that had been detached by the guillotine, now there is a n idea....