In a bizarre twist reminiscent of a morality play gone awry, Michael Gove, the self-appointed harbinger of Christian forgiveness, finds himself in the depths of a political inferno, grappling with the devilish deeds of a Tory donor.

Frank Hester, a man whose verbal contortions would make Machiavelli blush, allegedly unleashed a torrent of racially charged invective, targeting none other than the formidable Diane Abbott. He professed contrition, claiming his words were as innocent as a lamb in a lion’s den, merely misunderstood expressions of dissatisfaction with life’s vagaries.

Gove, in his infinite wisdom or perhaps his desperate grasp for relevance, rushed to defend this modern-day Faust, proclaiming his apology as genuine as a serpent’s promise. With a pious fervour befitting a televangelist, he extolled the virtues of diversity, conveniently ignoring the stench of bigotry emanating from Hester’s coffers.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, the master of political prestidigitation, performed the ultimate sleight of hand, praising Hester’s contributions while dodging calls to cleanse the Tory coffers of tainted coinage. In a parliament teeming with righteous indignation, the cries for justice fell on deaf ears, drowned out by the cacophony of political expediency.

Abbott, the unwitting protagonist in this absurdist theatre of the damned, watched from the sidelines as her tormentors danced the merry dance of denial and deceit. Her voice, a lone beacon of reason in a sea of hypocrisy, was stifled by the very system sworn to protect her.

As the saga unfolded, with each twist more ludicrous than the last, one couldn’t help but marvel at the grotesque spectacle unfolding before their eyes. In a world where extremism is redefined at the whims of those in power and morality is but a fleeting illusion, one can only wonder: who will be left standing when the curtain falls on this infernal comedy of errors?

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