The huge number of ennobled ex-convicts appearing on British media outlets proves the Tory party is 'still in touch with the popular mood', said David Cameron in a speech last night.
Describing the upsurge of dishonest ex-convict millionaires commenting upon newly convicted dishonest millionaire, Chris Huhne, David Cameron said,'These are just common men talking about the everyday problems of a common man. Tory peers are uniquely placed to offer insight on this situation.'
He continued 'Labour is living in a fantasy land when they trot out Bernie Ecclestone and cash for peerages. We've got Aitken, Archer and Taylor. And we're claiming Conrad Black.'
Responding the PM's speech, Nick Clegg pointed out that the Liberal Democrats could contribute Lord Rennard to the national debate but was told to 'pipe down' by George Osborne as 'he's not even convicted yet, you wannabe!'