David Cameron has proved his critics wrong with a successful walkabout among the non-Etonian community.
The Prime Minister was seen talking to people, joking and appeared to be enjoying himself. Close friends are saying that this scotches all rumours that Cameron only surrounds himself with alumni from his old school.
Though friends warned Cameron he faced danger as he ventured among the savages, simpletons and organised cut-throats who make up the numbers in Britain’s population, he soon won the herd over with a near perfect rendition of a local ritual. Standing at the entrance to a train, as many of the savages jammed into the door, Cameron was pitch perfect as he sang, in the whiney nasal tomes of the south London commuter, ‘Can you move dahna trine please?’
Cameron said he enjoyed the experience immensely and has made many lasting friendships. There could even come a day, he speculated, when a non-Etonian could be admitted to the cabinet. He later completed his journey home in a limo, as he had to rush back to greet one of old school friends who was joining him in a new government position.