Cameron Defends England

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Sunday, 6 February 2011

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Prime Minister David Cameron gave a boost to the English Defence League, even condemned by the British National Party, by attacking multiculturalism.

'This was a coincidence' explained Cameron 'I had to defend England against extremists - it was a pity extremists benefited from this latest cock up. At any rate this has pleased my backbenchers. But just see what that black Lord Taylor has been up to with his expenses. That is what multiculturalism has brought to this country. People forget the War when foreigners burnt books and sacked libraries. We must defend ourselves against such cultural outrages.'

Nick Clegg, Deputy PM came to Cameron's aid. 'My wife is a prime example of multiculturalism, being Spanish so I know at first hand what David is talking about. It isn't working and I have always thought so. I will stand on my head to support David.'

Meanwhile Government cuts for the Police come after the example in Egypt where Police were withdrawn completely from the centre of Cairo and the Big Society took over. 'What an exciting example for us to follow' said Clegg 'people should appreciate now what the Big Society means. Mubarak should be free soon to advise us on both multiculturalism and the Big Society.'

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