87% of UK public back sending Cameron cabinet to Iraq – Pride’s Purge


An important new development in the unfolding story about aid for Iraq has been revealed by the Pride’s Purge blog today:

“The majority of Britons would support sending David Cameron’s entire cabinet of ministers into Iraq and a similar percentage would support air dropping Nick Clegg onto the front lines from a high altitude to support British involvement in humanitarian efforts,” reports Tom Pride.

For more information, read the article on his blog.

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8 Thoughts to “87% of UK public back sending Cameron cabinet to Iraq – Pride’s Purge”

  1. Mr.Angry

    I have arranged the air fares for them all from a donation from wealthy friend of mine he was more than delighted to donate for such a wonderful cause. A celebration party has also been planned at the departure lounge. One proviso that Clegg wears a dress and Cameron a tutu.

  2. Tone19

    Your Link to the blog isnt working…

    1. Mike Sivier

      Yes it is!

  3. Hello Mike,
    When you try the link to read the whole blog it take you to a page saying the page is missing or been taken down

    1. Mike Sivier

      I just tried it and it took me to the relevant article on Pride’s Purge!

      1. Mr.Angry

        Same here the link says page missing.

      2. Mike Sivier

        Some problem with spamblock or antivirus programs? It’s really nothing to do with Vox Political because the link really works.

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