Odds stacked against our fu­ture

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IN an in­ter­view with the David Cameron has “re­vealed” he is not al­lowed to dec­o­rate the fam­ily Christ­mas tree and that he would love to watch on Christ­mas Day.

Ye c***ing gods! Will you get a grip, you ar­se­hole?

The coun­try is div­ing head­long into the sh*t-heap and our national leader is blath­er­ing on about his Xmas Day rou­tine.

It’s all part of this pa­thetic fash­ion for politi­cians to ap­pear more hu­man – just like Shadow Chan­cel­lor Ed Balls re­veal­ing makes him cry (Eh?). Run­ning the coun­try ain’t a soap opera, it’s not some re­al­ity TV sh*te.

I don’t give a tinker’s f*** if the PM makes his kid­dy­winks break­fast or the Deputy Prime Min­is­ter flicks a duster around his house.

Churchill, At­tlee, Mrs Thatcher – they didn’t gur­gle on about their do­mes­tic rou­tines. They got on with the job and each of them left the coun­try in a bet­ter state.

We have got a mil­lion and one half-ar­sed celebri­ties will­ing to share the minu­tiae of their vac­u­ous lives.

Our national lead­ers should not be join­ing in this re­volt­ing – and very unbri­tish – trend.

email: si­mon@sun­

ONE in three young­sters un­der 16 does not own a sin­gle book.

Mor­risons su­per­mar­ket needed to send 150 out of 210 new re­cruits hired in Sal­ford for re­me­dial classes be­cause they were too thick to stack shelves.

If those facts are not re­lated, I’ll eat a dog turd live on ITV2.

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