Having already overseen the reintroduction of wolves in Scotland, lynx in Thetford Forest and bears in Chichester, King Charles III is eager to see far more rewilding occur around Britain. Breaking with his personal policy of trying to get a little bit political only every couple of weeks, he organises a series of meetings to lobby Prime Minister Jacob Rees-mogg. ‘Think of it, Jacob, we’ll start with London! Stables instead of Boris bikes! Uber, but for mahouts! Woolly mammoth Routemasters!’ Rees-mogg agrees on the grounds that, incidentally, it sounds broadly in line with his policy of taking the country back to the Stone Age.