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David Cameron donates signed photo to Yorkshire dementia raffle

by | 28th, November 2012

PUNTERS entering a raffle at Yorkshire’s Tea Cosy dementia cafe can win a signed photo of David Cameron. Use Dave as a plate, resting your toffee bun on his toffee nose. Stick Dave’s face onto a dog’s chew toy and hear him squeak and squeak as the pressure gets cranked up and his voice rises like a boy soprano having his fingers repeatedly slammed by a wooden desk lid.

Dementia campaigner Peter Smith, from Rothwell, Yorkshire, says of the donated prize:

“I wouldn’t buy it. I think it’s a bit presumptuous as a raffle prize.” A Downing Street spokesman says the gift was “intended as a gesture of good will”.

And on a good note, the lucky dementia sufferer who wins a signed photo of Dave can look at the snapshot and never forget that in the 1930s, we’ve never had it so good…



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