I can confirm that the London Mayor travels by underground. Mind you, with the size of the congestion charge he's set for the city, I was hardly surprised to see him sitting on the same train alongside a carriage packed with the inevitable Eastern Europeans going about their day in our great city.
At the same time, I can confirm that our Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith, is even smaller than she appears in real life and that having trampled on her, quite by accident, outside Comittee Room 6 at Westminster, I must now flee the country as a potential terrorist suspect!
Security at Westminster is even tighter than ever. I watched two of our 'Lords', one being a Baroness, having the full body 'pat-down' treatment, which suggests that the state of alert is somewhat higher than usual.
I left, just as Sir Menzies Campbell the leader of the Liberal Democrats, was taken outside and shot, "after a brutal coup by his own MPs."
The final 'coup de grace' was given by Party president Simon Hughes who said in a statement: "Over the past two years, Ming has given stability and purpose to our party. "