The Association of Newspaper Editors today gave their seal of approval to the Con-Dem Coalition Government.
"Under New Labour, we were constantly wrong-footed in terms of headline material," said a spokesman. "One day it was bigots, the next Balls. It was hard to keep up."
The institution of a 'one headline fits all' policy has found favour with typesetters, sub-editors, journalists and readers alike.
"It's been a God-send," the spokesman continued. "Cabinet Ministers have the phrase 'burden on society' as a permanent fixture. All we have to do is change the category of burden. It's basically delete as appropriate - the stories are a piece of piss to write."
Recent Burdens on Society include:
A spokesman for NewsCorp denied that the organisation planned to add to the ranks of the unemployed by running a "journalists are a burden on newspapers" story.