Saturday, 17 April 2010

Cameron berated by unhappy constituent

In an effort to prove that everybody loves him, despite tanking in the first leaders' debate, today David Cameron held a walkabout in his own constituency of Witney.

He didn't bank on getting any flak, but he kopped some from an un-named voter unhappy with Cameron's failure to return thirty phone calls asking for help.

So much for Cameron's pledge to help the marginalised in society.

And, given that this man is a former soldier, so much for the Conservative's image of being supporters of servicemen and women past and present.

See here and here for more details.

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