Cameron: I would back Boris the ‘greased piglet’

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DAVID Cameron hinted his nick­name for Boris John­son was ‘greased piglet’ as he backed the deal.

The for­mer prime min­is­ter, who was be­hind the

016 ref­er­en­dum, said he had been asked if the deal would be voted through Par­lia­ment. He had replied: ‘ The thing about the greased piglet is that he man­ages to slip through other peo­ple’s hands where mere mor­tals fail.’ Mr Cameron, who was speak­ing at the Har­ro­gate Lit­er­a­ture Fes­ti­val, added that leav­ing with a deal was ‘the best way’.

The ex-MP was no­to­ri­ously ac­cused of putting a ‘pri­vate part of his anatomy’ into a dead pig’s mouth dur­ing an Ox­ford Univer­sity ini­ti­a­tion.

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