The pranksters who ambushed George Osborne with a GCSE maths book, pulled the caper for a new satirical TV show, bound for BBC Three this summer.
The Revolution Will Be Televised is a new project from Heydon Prowse and Jolyon Rubinstein, who hit the headlines after digging a pound sign shaped flower bed into Rutland MP Alan Duncan’s lawn at the height of the expenses scandal.
According to the BBC, the series “brings corruption greed and hypocrisy to the fore and drags it to the court of public opinion.”
In anticipation, here are some of the duo’s greatest hits:
Alan Duncan’s new garden
Undercover with the BNP
“Fox News” at Occupy LSX