David Cameron Set On Fire After No Confidence Petition Hits Target

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Will Black is an author and journalist for the Huffington Post

1972

By Will Black

Tory leader David Cameron was ritually torched after a petition pushing for a no confidence debate in the prime minister gained the required number of signatures.

As the flames lapped around a naked agonised looking Cameron, the prime minister might have been thinking how ironic it was that it was he who brought in the e-petition system. The idea, back in the halcyon days of 2010, was to create the impression of greater democracy. Anyone can create an e-petition, and those gaining more than 100,000 signatures must be considered for a Westminster debate.

The ‘Vote no confidence in David Cameron’ petition exceeded the magical 100,000 mark by bonfire night. At the notable Lewes bonfire night event – very much the Selfridges window display of belligerent British bonfire-based sedition – a massive bloated Cameron, clutching a…

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