David Cameron is announcing today the formation of two new 5,000-strong ‘rapid’ reaction brigades for ‘rapid’ deployment missions with the capability to ‘rapidly’ counter threats from terrorist groups such as ISIS:
It has been announced today that David Cameron and senior ministers are to get their own plane for official trips.
Hot on the heels of embarrassing revelations that David Cameron had written to his local council complaining about the effects of his own cuts come letters to Cameron and Osborne from yet another Tory council complaining about the government’s austerity measures.
With David Cameron accused of abusing his position (not to mention brazen hypocrisy) by complaining to his own council about Tory cuts, there is an inevitable clamour for an investigation under the Ministerial Code.
Oops! Looks like Cameron’s made a big miscalculation with his so-called flagship idea to offer primary care and make GP practices open over seven days of the week.
President Nazarbayev of Kazakhstan is visiting the UK today to meet David Cameron and sign a whole series of bi-lateral business agreements with government ministers and business leaders.
With their local steel plant closing with the loss of at least 1,700 jobs, Middlesbrough F.C. had a new chant to entertain themselves on their 568-mile round trip away schlep to Cardiff this week. Sung to the tune of Lord Of The Dance:
When David Cameron was asked if he’ll meet with the BBCQT woman who was in tears over tax credit cuts, his spokesperson replied:
The Tories just announced the formation of the first new grammar school in 50 years — using a loophole in the law to get around a block on new schools with selective admissions.
Those pig rumours still have currency in Westminster, raising more than a titter during PMQs.