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Even if someone is telling porkies, any story about a pig is a tough one to deny

Gerard O'Regan

Published 27/09/2015 | 02:30

In fairness to Cameron, even if there was a grain of truth in all this stuff, it's back in the distant days of his youth
In fairness to Cameron, even if there was a grain of truth in all this stuff, it's back in the distant days of his youth

It's ironic that a man, who figuratively speaking was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, has now been accused of putting a "private part of his anatomy'' into the mouth of a dead pig.

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The fact that the whole story centres on the current prime minister of the United Kingdom makes it all the more bizarre.

It's right up there with even the most left of field accusations which politicians have to live with from time to time. And the headline writers and Twittersphere are certainly having great fun, much to the discomfort of David Cameron over the past few days. The whole saga stems from the fact that the PM had a big-time falling out with a former Conservative Party heavyweight. He has decided to get his own back by penning what he says is the inside story on Cameron, including tales of dope-smoking and womanising during the Prime Minister's college years.

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