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This would be a brilliant image for a ‘Crazy Caption’ competition, but we already know the winner: “Have you seen my pig?” The joy of it is that either of them could be saying it.

An alternative headline for this would have been, David Cameron is well and truly in the Wilderness.

The former comedy prime minister was photographed at the Wilderness Festival in Oxfordshire, a glass of alcofrolic beverage in one hand, a ciggy in the other, hugging a Jeremy Corbyn supporter!

The image was posted on Instagram by Lucy Edwards, with these words: “Couldn’t have even planned it ? (big Dave C in the house, shame he can’t read).”

Welfare Weekly, reporting the story, quoted Ms Edwards as follows: “He was so mad when he saw me walk off with what was on my back.”

It seems to This Writer that Mr Cameron fell out of the sanity tree long ago!


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