During yesterday’s Prime Minister’s Questions David Cameron was asked about the political situation in Egypt, specifically the position of Mohammed Morsi, the democratically-elected president, who was shortly afterwards deposed in a military coup, and put under house arrest, where he remains.
Cameron made comments to the effect that although Morsi had been democratically elected, he should represent the interests of all Egyptian citizens, not just those who voted for him and his party.
All this from the man who leads a government which relentlessly advantages half of society (women and girls) and disadvantages the other half (men and boys), like all governments for 30+ years, regardless of the damage caused to society.
Cameron has been a dismal failure as a politician, both at home and abroad. With his remarks about the need to represent all citizens, he’s clearly practising for a new line of work after he departs from 10 Downing Street in May 2015. Stand-up comedian.