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Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by aquila on 21.09.15 10:47

I couldn't help but laugh when I read all this in the DM this morning.

Cameron could always adopt a Clinton stance 'I didn't inhale', 'I did not have relations with that pig's head'.

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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by Tony Bennett on 21.09.15 10:52

QUOTE: "PM once 'put a private part of his anatomy' into dead pig, source claims"

Goodness!!

This is one step worse than Robert Murat and his cat and his dog!!

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Post by hogwash on 21.09.15 12:07

Tony Bennett wrote: QUOTE: "PM once 'put a private part of his anatomy' into dead pig, source claims"

Goodness!!

This is one step worse than Robert Murat and his cat and his dog!!
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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by ROSA on 21.09.15 12:17

Very amusing David notme

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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by aquila on 21.09.15 12:18

hogwash wrote:
Tony Bennett wrote: QUOTE: "PM once 'put a private part of his anatomy' into dead pig, source claims"

Goodness!!

This is one step worse than Robert Murat and his cat and his dog!!
Who is the chap in the video? I have to say he's given my teeth a headache.
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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 21.09.15 13:23

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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by aquila on 21.09.15 13:33

Get'emGonçalo wrote:
Brilliant
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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 21.09.15 13:37





The gift that keeps on giving....
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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by aquila on 21.09.15 13:48

What next! a Silk's pus in a sow's ear?
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Post by willowthewisp on 21.09.15 13:51

New outbreak of Swine fever caused by serving Prime Minister David Cameron?
I was just testing to see if it was cooked throughout your honour?

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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by aquila on 21.09.15 13:53

willowthewisp wrote:New outbreak of Swine fever caused by serving Prime Minister David Cameron?
I was just testing to see if it was cooked throughout your honour?
Doctors Sam and Ella offer twenty top tips for staying safe during initiation ceremonies. Organic is best.
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Ref; Bacon butties anyone

Post by willowthewisp on 21.09.15 15:54

It is thought that Mr Cameron is thought to have a heritage that for bodes him from eating pigs, but it must be okay to debase it afters it's death?
Bullingdon Club Eton Educated upright citizens of the UK?

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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by hogwash on 21.09.15 19:57

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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by aquila on 21.09.15 20:00

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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by hogwash on 21.09.15 20:02

Suddenly, Jeremy Corbyn has a lot of credibility!
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The Boar's Head as I understand - Is the rarest dish, in all the land

Post by Tony Bennett on 21.09.15 20:58

I wonder if this lovely carol - The Boar's Head - was, er, sung on a certain occasion?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0x9Zczwsvhw

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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by aquila on 21.09.15 21:15

@Tony, an absolutely beautiful hymn and very appropriate.

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What's the betting that David Cameron's team are making sure his chauffeur driven car is never seen even stopping at a red traffic light anywhere near a pub called the Boar's Head. If I were the owner of a pub called the Boar's Head I'd be offering happy hour to patrons on FB tonight big grin Packed house guaranteed.

On a serious note now. What will this latest news actually do to Cameron? Can a Prime Minister of UK be brought to resignation by such a thing?

How will Cameron's finest spin this?
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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 21.09.15 22:04

aquila wrote:How will Cameron's finest spin this?

The Daily Mail has resurrected an article about Ivan. shame on you

It's bad enough that Ivan was used as part of his election campaign.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3242585/The-tragic-child-Dave-human-spin-doctor-called-posh-t-er.html
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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by aquila on 21.09.15 22:09

Get'emGonçalo wrote:
aquila wrote:How will Cameron's finest spin this?

The Daily Mail has resurrected an article about Ivan. shame on you

It's bad enough that Ivan was used as part of his election campaign.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3242585/The-tragic-child-Dave-human-spin-doctor-called-posh-t-er.html
I saw that article - absolutely disgusting.

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I also seem to recall David Cameron made reference to his son Ivan to underpin his concern for the McCann family.
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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by jeanmonroe on 22.09.15 9:50

Day two:

From what i've read, this 'book', 'Call me Stu Dave' is 'a pig in a poke' as opposed to 'Dave's' ...........'poke' in a pig!

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David Cameron -Daily Fail, his son Ivan

Post by willowthewisp on 22.09.15 13:47

Hi, we know it's tragic to lose anyone close to a family, but let us try to put this article into context.
There is no doubt that a spat has developed between Lord Ashcroft and David Cameron and the conflict has erupted into persons peccadilloes and political ideals?
Note the time of Mr & Mrs Cameron's personal loss of their disabled son Ivan, RIP 2009, when Lord Ashcroft had contact with a former leader, William Hague of the conservatives and the new one, David Cameron over his non-dom status, elevation to the Lords and yesterday's Mail headlines?
Today they are going for the sympathy approach for Mr Cameron, using his son's death in the process, 2015?
Do the Daily Mail run headlines of the suicides and deaths, daily living of disabled people affected by his party's 12 Billion pounds worth of cuts to the poorest people whilst giving tax cuts to the richest people in the UK?
Oh, and the initiation into the Bullingdon Club, members, DC, GO and Boris, to burn a fifty pound note in front of a unfortunate homeless person, such wonderful people and etiquette? 
I hope Mr Cameron has escaped the clutches of News Corps director and her boss and they have no further influence into political running of Government  officials, Operation Grange?
If he has cut from them, is this the reason why the headlines in his papers are once again stipulating the funding of the case, trying to have it stopped, shelved?

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Re: Bacon butties anyone? (Prime Minister David Cameron - and that pig, Daily Mail, 21 Sep 2015)

Post by plebgate on 22.09.15 21:41

Yet another story which makes me fear for the future of our kids with all these so-called elites running things.  Doesn't matter which party is in power, they deffo are all in it together, our kids don't stand a chance.

When will we ever get  strong, truthful and honest people running the country?  NEVER - I truly believe that.

A little reminder at the weekend on the net of the farce when the EU - out of the blue reminded the government that UK owed 1.7 billion to be paid by 1st December last year.   Cameron came out saying that he would deffo not be paying that amont of money by 1st December - it was reported he paid it on 2nd December, last year.

We all predicted that is what would happen anyway,  - "they" think we are all stoopid.  

Are they wrong?  doesn't seem as though they are to me, after all they are all still "playing the game" and getting pay rises and expenses for doing so.

ARRGGGGHHHHHHH.

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