London: David Cameron's leadership of the UK Conservative Party was today questioned by MPs angered by his decision to ditch the Party's commitment to glamour schools.
For decades glamour schools have been seen by Tory party members as a way to instil some charisma into their boring children.
"How are dull posh kids supposed to achieve their celebrity potential without glamour schools?' said Jonathan Farse, MP for Ditchwater North. 'It's all right for Cameron, he developed his plastic, pseudo-celebrity act at Eton and nowadays he's got image consultants aplenty. What are our kids supposed to do?"
Cameron's own camp was quick to rise to his defence.
"To suggest that David's disingenuous manner is some sort of show biz façade created merely for public consumption is deeply insulting," argued a spokesperson for Cameron. "What you see is the real David - even as a child he came across as a shallow, self-serving twat."