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Clegg And Cameron’s Hummus Revolution: Parties Reshaped Into Public School Houses

by | 13th, May 2010

NICK Clegg and David Cameron are in a rose garden holding hands and laughing at each other’s jokes. Gyles Brandreth, the TV presenter who came out of Dictionary Corner to be a Tory MP, once said of Cameron’s purist of more gays in the Party: “They want people who are a touch Tommy Two Ways.” The Conservatives wanted more effete public school boys. Cameron looked about and saw Nick ‘Pokey’ Clegg. William Hague never stood a chance. Right now Super Cam and Pokey are doing their Ocado shopping together. If the alliance is to last, Pokey will have to get over trenchant opinions on non-organic hummus and Dave will need to decide if breaking the coalition into houses and naming them after fags he’s known is better than calling every one George…

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Prime Minister David Cameron (right) and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg hold their first joint press conference in the Downing Street garden in central London.



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