Written by Ben Macnair
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Topics: David Cameron

Saturday, 27 August 2011

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And how are you, my good man?

A man who has married into a multi million pound fortune as well as being worth a fair amount of money himself has said that he has nothing against the poor, actually.

Prime Minister David 'Happy Shiny Man of the People' Cameron told a stunned House of Commons: 'It may not seem that way, but personally I really like poor people. I like people who can't find work since I came to power, I am not trying to punish them more than is necessary, but I am already unpopular with them, and I don't want to alienate my mates, sorry richer people by raising tax rates or anything, so I will cut needed services, the NHS, education, etc just to make businesses more likely to agree with me at the next election'.

Nick Clegg led a ramshackle rebuttal, after which David Cameron said 'I agree with Nick' even though he had just contradicted his previous arguments.

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