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Saturday, 25 August 2007

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Mr Cameron paid thousands of pounds for quadratic equations.

The conservative leader has admitted that he took drugs whilst at Eaton. In his auto-biography he revealed that while at Eaton he, on more than one occasion, eaten some Cathedral City, or done a bit of Red Leicester.

In the same chapter he revealed how he enjoyed maths at school, and would often, on attending lessons in the morning, have a maths hangover after being as high as a kite, which is a four sided shape with one line of symmetry and with diagonals that cross at right-angles, the night before.

However Dave C' has come under a lot of fire for this and it may well have jeopardised his chances of ever, even pretending, becoming Prime Minister. This revelation about his past seems to undermine his previously firm stand on geometry among young people.

He said in a press release: "I was not glorifying the use of algebra for recreational purposes, nor was I condoning cheese and wine parties. I was underlining the point that without a crack down on drugs trafficking, innocent future Prime Ministers could be pressured into doing drugs, by bullies or friends."

However his argument held no water as we found out when we used the press announcement, as well as my black belt skills at origami, to make a water bomb.

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