A minor figure on the political scene has made a major impact of late. Known by his fiends as the Gnome of Brixton, former Prime Minister John Major never went to Public School, like another Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
These two unlikely Tory Prime Ministers have always had a reasonable beef about their 'superior' colleagues who know how to behave and what is what, don't you know.
Now Major has criticised, firstly the lack of effort to control the energy companies and now the number of people who have been to public (that is private) schools in the Establishment.
We happened to be passing downing Street when the Major blow was delivered and someone should tell the present PM to close his windows when he is venting his views.
'What do you expect of someone who doesn't know his place?' asked the voice of Cameron. 'He's definitely not one of us' chimed Osborne from No 11.
So as Cameron flies to Sri Lanka to uphold the tenets of the Common Wealth - holding wealth in common together with freedom of expression - he has little time to pay attention to the 'freedom of expression' being used by a minor who doesn't know the meaning of FAG!