PA informs us that following the final ratification of the Lisbon Treaty in the UK, the implementing legislation will be printed... on goatskin.
"Parliamentary officials confirmed later that a goatskin version of the EU Amendment Act would be prepared, and kept in the UK.
The practice of Acts of Parliament and other important documents being printed on vellum has existed since the 15th century. Both Magna Carta and Charles I's death warrant were produced on skin parchment.
There have been several efforts over recent decades to move to paper records, which would be less expensive and potentially save the lives of several goats a year.
They have been successfully resisted by traditionalists."
With these plans out in the open, it's suddenly becomes clear who the first victims of Lisbon will be..