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Friday, October 02, 2015

6 ways #PigGate reveals the stench of UK establishment hypocrisy



My take on 'PigGate' for RT.com OpEdge

The big story in the UK this week has been generated by the revelations about UK PM David Cameron in a new book, "Call Me Dave," by former Tory Party donor Lord Ashcroft and journalist Isabel Oakeshott, which has been serialized in the Daily Mail…

You can read the whole piece here.

1 comment:

del stead said...

Six points very well answered! To be honest I didn't surprise me in the least when the story broke. Among these out of touch uber privileged elitist toffs such practices are probably considered character building!!! The point that hit me hardest was the one regarding satire! Absolutely on the money again! Funnily enough when I read about a huge sea going vessel parked in teesbay with coal from the other side of the world for a now mothballed Thai owned steel plant I couldn't help but detect a slight hint of satire in that! Taking coals to Newcastle... Well Redcar but you get my point