Tuesday 6 December 2016

The fraternity between politicians and businessmen is where real perversion lies

Published 22/09/2015 | 02:30

The biggest scandal in Pig Gate is not that Cameron may have made a fool of himself in college, but that a senior Tory and tax exile thought he could buy a seat in government and opted to wreak maximum personal damage on Cameron when his ambition was thwarted
The biggest scandal in Pig Gate is not that Cameron may have made a fool of himself in college, but that a senior Tory and tax exile thought he could buy a seat in government and opted to wreak maximum personal damage on Cameron when his ambition was thwarted

The only political story anyone cared about yesterday was an allegation that British Prime Minister David Cameron engaged in a sex act with a pig during his student days.

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Dubbed the Prosciutto Affair and Bae of Pigs on social media, the claim was made in an unauthorised biography of Cameron penned by disgruntled billionaire tax exile, and former Tory donor Lord Michael Ashcroft.

As part of an initiation ceremony for a "notorious dining society" at Oxford University, Ashcroft alleged that Cameron had "inserted part of his private anatomy" into a dead pig's mouth.

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