August 12, 2011   164 notes
In a nod to his felonious Bullingdon days, David Cameron uses the gangster term “sick” in order to describe his restaurant-smashing kindred spirits.

In a nod to his felonious Bullingdon days, David Cameron uses the gangster term “sick” in order to describe his restaurant-smashing kindred spirits.

April 15, 2011   1,315 notes
David Cameron is photographed dismantling the NHS brick by brick. His press adviser remains unfazed by the evidence as Cameron is wearing a shirt which is not 100% cotton.

David Cameron is photographed dismantling the NHS brick by brick. His press adviser remains unfazed by the evidence as Cameron is wearing a shirt which is not 100% cotton.

March 1, 2011   924 notes

Watch David Cameron as he touches the hand of a lowly constituent without the aid of gloves or antibacterial gel. Heart-warming.

February 27, 2011   314 notes
Staying true to his working-class roots, David Cameron defies his wife’s wishes by picking IKEA over Clarice Cliff. Only a common man could enjoy the blue-collar thrill of visiting a store without ceiling tiles.

Staying true to his working-class roots, David Cameron defies his wife’s wishes by picking IKEA over Clarice Cliff.
Only a common man could enjoy the blue-collar thrill of visiting a store without ceiling tiles.

February 26, 2011   39 notes

You can now “Like” David Cameron Pretending to be Common on Facebook.

We don’t even have the minimal 25 fans needed to recieve a URL. That is how common we are.

February 25, 2011   588 notes
David Cameron woos an NHS nurse with his anecdote about Boris Johnson using the wrong sized dessert spoon for elevenses. Doris is not working class enough to understand this joke and waits impatiently for a bedpan.

David Cameron woos an NHS nurse with his anecdote about Boris Johnson using the wrong sized dessert spoon for elevenses. Doris is not working class enough to understand this joke and waits impatiently for a bedpan.

February 23, 2011   179 notes
A Conservative publicist steers David Cameron towards a more suitable PR setting after his loud proclamation “I like this graffiti because it is like Caravaggio for urban people”

A Conservative publicist steers David Cameron towards a more suitable PR setting after his loud proclamation “I like this graffiti because it is like Caravaggio for urban people”