The conservative and religious blogger Archbishop Cranmer has devised a cabinet composed of political bloggers.
It is nominally a "coalition" so there are nods to a leftist like Martin Bright and the liberal right-of-centre writer Nelson Jones.
But mostly it reads like a list of right wing blogging horrors, from James Delingpole to Melanie Phillips.
Astonishingly he added me as Attorney-General.
Someone on Twitter says I should be insulted to be on such a list.
However, I see it as an opportunity.
As chief legal adviser to the Crown, the Attorney-General would be able to issue (unsolicited) advice that every illiberal act proposed by the "cabinet ministers" was unlawful, whether it be under EU, ECHR, international, or the Common Law (in respect of England and Wales).
You may remember Blair's wrangling with Goldsmith over advice that the Iraq War was lawful.
That would be a daily problem for my new illiberal "colleagues".
And they would not easily defy such advice, as it is not really open for Her Majesty's ministers to knowingly act unlawfully.
The Attorney-General also would have legal standing to issue judicial review proceedings each and every time they defied the advice.
It would be in the public interest for me to do so, after all.
And in the event the "cabinet" was able to pass any illiberal measures into domestic criminal law, the Attorney-General can intervene and stop any prosecutions.
So it would be a powerful position to be in, should the country ever be faced with Cranmer's Cabinet of Horrors.
Whatever their illiberal ravings, their actions could ground to a halt.
In the words of my learned friend Walter Joseph Kovacs in the leading text of Watchmen on Watchmen:
"I'm not stuck in here with you, you are all stuck in here with me."
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