Thursday, November 26, 2020

Calmed Down Cameron

David Cameron snapped ‘Hugging a Corbyn’ after he’s revealed to have a ‘Calm Down – It’s Only a Recession’ in his kitchen and a £25,000 shepherd’s hut in his garden

 

David Cameron is plainly enjoying life to the full. Not only has he been rewarded with a huge literary advance after walking away after calling the disastrous and divisive Brexit referendum, but now he’s got time to sit in a shepherd’s hut in his garden and attend posh music festivals.

 

Not for ‘Call Me Dave’ will it be necessary to put in a presence in a wheat field in Norfolk to support Theresa May and her garden gnome-like hubby at the forthcoming ‘Conservative Ideas Festival’, but instead him and ‘Sam Cam’ are now able to find time to attend parties at Christie’s and holiday in Miami, Florida.

 

Cameron – who was widely criticised for having a sign in his kitchen that reads: “Calm Down Dear, It’s Only a Recession” – spent time this weekend at the Wilderness Festival at Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire. He was spotted drinking, smoking and even got snapped with his arm casually wrapped around an art consultant named Lucy Edwards. For him it seems, it’s no longer “Hug a Hoodie” but now instead “Hug a Corbyn.” In the picture, Ms. Edwards sported a ‘glitter coat’ emblazoned with a heart complete with the Labour leader’s name.

 

Calmed Down Cameron – David Cameron snapped ‘Hugging a Corbyn’ after he’s revealed to have a ‘Calm Down – It’s Only a Recession’ in his kitchen and a £25,000 shepherd’s hut in his garden
David Cameron pictured in his Oxfordshire kitchen; the ‘Calm Down – It’s Only a Recession’ sign is circled to his right

Calmed Down Cameron – David Cameron snapped ‘Hugging a Corbyn’ after he’s revealed to have a ‘Calm Down – It’s Only a Recession’ in his kitchen and a £25,000 shepherd’s hut in his garden
In purchasing the sign, Cameron, shown here with his £25,000 shepherd’s hut, was plainly inspired by the late, great Michael Winner

2 COMMENTS

  1. Typical of you to join those mocking the elite of Britain – people whose boots you aren’t worthy of licking. You should apologize to Viscount St Davids, his wife and child and so should Gina Miller. Immediately.

  2. The racist Rhodri Colwyn Philipps was given 12 weeks prison and bailed while he appeals for threatening the life of Gina Miller and another. Rightly deserved and no saying he will escape his sentence either. I don’t see any mocking going on here and Dave is hardly an elite any more than Mrs May is. He put himself out to grass after his disastrous referendum decision. Hopefully May will follow him soon to the adjoining cornfield int’ Autumn and take her others with her since they want Britain to be seen defaulting on its debts and obligations.
    Usain Duck is keen on current affairs. He is practising hard for his charity 100m river race and hopes to better his record time of 5.23 minutes. He should manage it if all goes swimmingly well.

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