David Cameron was Groomed by the Famous Five

David Cameron told journalists this week that he was once approached to spy for Russia. Russian President Dmitri Medvedev however said as the ‘interview’ was never followed up, the KGB obviously didn’t think he was good enough.
The British Prime Minister defended himself by stating that as a child, he was asked by Julian, George and Dick to join the Famous Five and ‘keep an eye out’ for ‘bad ‘uns’.
Additionally, Cameron said Peter, Janet and Jack from the Secret Seven came round his house once to invite him to one of their secret meetings and told him mum the special password to get into Peter’s dad’s shed.
However, Lord Chancellor Ken Clarke disparaged this suggestion, saying that the British premier had once asked to join his Purple Hand Gang at Eton, but was turned down for ‘being a bit of a cissy’.
Clarke said that instead, Cameron was sent to fag for Alan Clarke MP and fetch him bottles of whisky and pornographic magazines.
In a bid by the coalition not to appear to be ‘going soft’ in tough economic times, The Deputy Prime Minister gave a press conference today announcing that in future he will be referred to as 002 Clegg and that he had been approached by the BBC to be chief advisor for the final series of Spooks. He’d been forced to turn it down however as he had to catch up on his paperwork.
Ed Miliband retorted that this claim was poppycock and that Clegg had once been asked to keep look out in the Commons while he and Dennis Skinner had a crafty cigarette but was ‘rubbish’ at it.
The Home Secretary Theresa May, wearing a long raincoat and dark glasses, added ‘I think that both MI5 and MI6 are excellent and I often use them to drive home on when I’m in a hurry.

David Cameron told journalists this week that he was once approached to spy for Russia. Russian President Dmitri Medvedev however said as the ‘interview’ was never followed up, the KGB obviously didn’t think he was good enough.

The British Prime Minister defended himself by stating that as a child, he was asked by Julian, George and Dick to join the Famous Five and ‘keep an eye out’ for ‘bad ‘uns’.

Additionally, Cameron said Peter, Janet and Jack from the Secret Seven came round his house once to invite him to one of their secret meetings and told him mum the special password to get into Peter’s dad’s shed.
However, Lord Chancellor Ken Clarke disparaged this suggestion, saying that the British premier had once asked to join his Purple Hand Gang at Eton, but was turned down for ‘being a bit of a cissy’.

Clarke said that instead, Cameron was sent to fag for Alan Clarke MP and fetch him bottles of whisky and pornographic magazines.
In a bid by the coalition not to appear to be ‘going soft’ in tough economic times, The Deputy Prime Minister gave a press conference today announcing that in future he will be referred to as 002 Clegg and that he had been approached by the BBC to be chief advisor for the final series of Spooks. He’d been forced to turn it down however as he had to catch up on his paperwork.
Ed Miliband retorted
that this claim was poppycock and that Clegg had once been asked to keep look out in the Commons while he and Dennis Skinner had a crafty cigarette but was ‘rubbish’ at it.
The Home Secretary Theresa May, wearing a long raincoat and dark glasses, added ‘I think that both MI5 and MI6 are excellent and I often use them to drive home on when I’m in a hurry.