David Cameron said he felt sick at the thought of prisoners being granted the right to vote.
Angry Cameron hit out at Euro politicians in Brussels.
The Prime Minister is determined to stand up for our British rights. He said the right to vote is a privilege that only law abiding citizens should enjoy. He said that convicted murderers, paedophiles and rapists should never should never be allowed the right to vote.
In an angry tirade Cameron blasted the Euro politicians who are trying to interfere in our British way of life. He said first it was the metric system, then the euro and now they are trying to tell us who should be allowed to vote.
Conservative voters are backing, "Call me Dave," to the hilt and he has enjoyed renewed popularity.
Margaret Thatcher urged Tory voters to back David Cameron to the hilt. She said "the lady is not for turning - jail birds should be hung not given the vote." It is a sentiment that many old fuddy-duddies share and they are rallying around Cameron saying, "Rule Britannia". The older generation are all for pulling out of Europe and Britain being its own boss again and free of interference from Brussels.
Jingoistic Cameron has shown Brits what he is made of and has started to act decisively like a real person of authority. "It makes me proud to be British".
Kate Middleton's family are doing their bit for Britain by flogging a tasteful range of traditional street party ware with union jacks on serviettes, paper plates and mugs, as well as red, white and blue bunting.
The whole nation is behind Cameron including David and Victoria Beckham who are waiting for the latest news on the votes for felons at Beckingham Palace. Victoria said that she was annoyed that the right of true Brits to be as sulky and as uncommunicative as possible.
Husband David has phoned Cameron to promise to give him support over the next few days and do everything he can to support "Cool Britannia".