Cameron Loses It Over Lambada Dancing Jeremy Hunt
David Cameron’s UK Government is making a mess of running the country but at least they are good for a laugh. The Prime Minister is desperately trying to keep Culture Minister Jeremy Hunt in place as a human shield but Hunt isn’t helping by sitting alongside him grinning like an idiot and revealing his only talent – he’s a good Lambada dancer.
You couldn’t make it up. Or if you did no one would believe you. David Cameron has been dragged into Parliament to try and explain, once again, why he is so desperate to avoid holding a enquiry into his culture Minister’s performance in discussions with Rupert Murdock.
Hunt was supposed to keep completely neutral in the discussions over whether Murdock would be allowed to control TV broadcaster BSkyB. His brief was to act as a judge, balancing the national interest against Murdock’s bid. Then arrive at a verdict.
But a series of emails and texts have been revealed that show Hunt’s adviser was advising, briefing and encouraging James Murdock. So much so that he has been forced to resign.
It is unbelievable that Hunt did not know what was going on – and was encouraging his adviser. But that is what Cameron wants Parliament to believe.
The reason is, if Hunt goes, the next questions will be pointed at Cameron. The Prime Minister has already admitted he was close to the Murdocks. For example he met James Murdock over a Christmas Day lunch and had a “Brief discussion” with him – according to Murdock.
Shall we imagine how it might have gone?
Murdock “How’s it going David?”
Cameron “No problems James, trust Jeremy. Happy Christmas!”
Of course Cameron would say that is completely wrong. He got red faced and bad tempered when questioned in Parliament. He just can’t hack it. Unlike the Murdocks who have been hacking for years.
So what about the Lambada dancing Hunt? Eager to show what a decent bloke he is, is one of his Cabinet colleagues revealed that Hunt is great Lambada dancer – with a specially sprung dance floor in his flat.
Think about it. While the country is going to the dogs, Hunt is Lambada dancing the night away, without a care in the world, on his own private dance floor.
In touch – or in their own, very private world?
Anyway, Hunt and the Lambada