Scene: A drawing room at Buckingham Palace. The Queen seated, quietly playing Angry Birds while Corgis gambol around her.
UNDER-FOOTMAN OF THE SECOND EQUERRY HABERDASHIER: The Prime Minister, Your Majesty.
ELIZABETH R: Stop talking in capital letters, Norris. You know that winds me up.
UNDER-FOOTMAN OF THE SECOND EQUERRY HABERDASHIER: I Apologise, Ma’am. The Prime Minister Withal.
[enter CAMERON D, a very naughty boy]
CAMERON D: Your Majesty.
ELIZABETH R: Come and sit down, Dave.
CAMERON D [sitting down]: Your Majesty, pursuant to the Fixed Term Parliament Act which Your Majesty most solemnly enacted by virtue of royal assent in the year of our Thatcher 2011 – [ELIZABETH R twitches involuntarily] - Parliament is dissolved and a general election is very much on the way.
ELIZABETH R: About bloody time.
CAMERON D: The date of the election will be May the 7th, Your Majesty.
ELIZABETH R: And what am I up to round about then, pray?
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