Gay prime minister David Cameron has defended facebooks fan page of cuddly geordie Raoul Moat saying "He has more bloody friends than me but he looks so cute" Speaking in the house of commons the PM has denied reports that a deal has been done with the tories and friend network giant facebook.
Sporting a brand new rolex watch and a heavy looking bracelet Cameron said "its freedom of speech and people can express there own views on what they want as long as they don't talk about me and Dale" to which was a big cheer from all parties.
Facebook came under fire this week after a Tory insider said there were concerns about Raoul Moat having more friends than the PM on the book of faces. After a meeting with Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg the PM was seen leaving the meeting looking very pleased for himself saying "That ginger yank seems ok."
Trillionare Zuckerberg who was 8 when he started the website said "After most meetings with people who don't like my website they normally find my way of reasoning"
Clutching a big mac and medium coke Zuckerberg flew off in a gold plated helicopter to finish his tour of the UK to promote Raoul Moats fan page.