Just days after being caught out using a massive blame avoidance scam to divert attention from his close relationship with the Murdoch Empire, David Cameron has admitted that he made "a terrible error or judgement" in not throwing a well know comedian to the Wolves sooner.
"I take as little blame as possible, and not a penny of self respect more" said Cameron.
His comments were made in response to revelations made through the Levenson Inquiry that PM David Cameron had used a complex Satanic instrument to gift his soul to an offshore media Empire called News International, in return for which he would receive a loan of good publicity for as long as he was in power. Within hours, comedians had labelled it as "Morally Wrong, but quite entertaining" for an individual's tax affairs to be leaked as a cheap way of diverting attention from the morass of sleaze allegations in which the Conservative Government is mired.
In the hope of opening a second front, Michael Gove has sought to rubbish the GCSE qualification, while not mentioning that it was introduced by the Conservatives in 1986.