David Cameron has come forward, hot on the heels of Andy Murray's Wimbledon win, to state his belief that the
Scottish English sportsman's win should entirely be credited to the Coalition Government.
"I, as I'm sure everyone else is, was overjoyed to watch Andy Murray win the Wimbledon Single Men's championship yesterday. I was so happy that I immediately had one of my aides go on Twitter and register my happiness. But I feel that it's important to make everyone aware that the victory shouldn't be credited solely to Murray or the countless hours he spent practicing, but to the good feelings created by our beloved coalition Government. I would say that credit should be divided 50/50... well, 70/30 actually. I'm sure that the money saved through cutting disabled benefits helped a lot too."
It is believed that David Cameron intends to claim credit for other recent uplifting news such as Abu Qatada's deportation and Zara Phillip's recent pregnancy.
Cameron closed his statement by saying "We were all in it together, and for once we were in it more than anyone."