I was alerted by a helpful Twitter friend to the fact that Thierry Baudet, the newly elected Dutch right-wing, anti-EU member of parliament, began his maiden speech in Latin. He started off, according to the transcript, with the words drawn from, and adapting, the opening of Cicero’s first speech against Catiline:
Quousque tandem factionem cartellum et officiorum machina patentia nostra abutitur dum navis pretoria resurrectionis ad profi(cis)cendum parata est.
This is supposed to mean, I think: ‘How long will the party cartel and the job machine (…?) abuse our patience while the flagship of renaissance is ready to launch’.