Former Lib-Dem favourite Nicky Clegg was met with a chorus of boos from a section of the crowd as he took to the lectern for the first time since his loan move across to the Tory bench.
In his first outing since swapping the yellow jersey for Tory blue, the Lib-Dem frontman was faced with anger from his own supporters who had earlier accused him of ‘abandoning their buck-passing principles, tearing up his social contract and turning his back on the rest of the team.
Clegg was quick to defend his big money move and insisted he had not abandoned the Dim-Leb score values, had not forgotten what they stood for and had not let the side down in his selfish search for honours.
Since joining the Tories for an undisclosed fee during the summer, the Lib-Dem leader has played an increasingly important role, often playing up front on his own for his new team and carried out everything in his power to please his new paymasters.
‘Very pleased with the boy’ said Blues manager Dave Cameron ‘he’s a willing lad, quick to learn and he’s done everything asked of him so far.
He soon settled in and he’s definitely a Blues player now.
In fact, we’ve already got him kissing the badge which I think proves his commitment to the club. Here it is....”Floreat Etona”....that stands for ‘let Eton flourish’ to you plebs.
Cries of ‘Judas, Judas’ filled the air as the conference got under way and before long a section of the crowd, just to the left of centre, were up on their feet baiting their former favourite, jeering in Unison ‘you’re not fit to wear the shirt’
Clegg was noticeably taken by surprise at the ferocity of the protest, clearly underestimating the hatered felt for each other by opposition supporters. He was visibly shaken when someone from the crowd threw a rotting horse’s head wrapped in a plastic bag onto the stage, an act which filled many of the party faithful with disgust until it was confirmed the bag was actually bio-degradable and would actually rot down naturally in a few months time.
When asked what he thought of all the boos Clegg was getting from the floor, former Lib-Dem leader Charles Kennedy was heard to sob
‘the tight bashtard, I’ve been flat out on the floor all feckin’ morning and haven’t seen so much as a drop and now the feckin’ bar’s closed. Barf..ooppsshorry’.
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