Those ‘Pig’ Allegations About David Cameron, And The Fabulously British Twitter Reactions | Scriptonite Daily

The reaction on Twitter has been simply hilarious. Brits have been posting jokes to the hashtags #Hameron, #BaeOfPigs, and #PigGate – with all three trending over the last 24 hours.

BBC’s leading economic journalist Robert Peston chimed in with…


The Prime Minister’s ‘Big Society’ program looked a little different in light of the allegations.


One Twitter user reflected on Sam Cam’s role in the whole sorry mess.


Some captured international reaction to the news.


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12 thoughts on “Those ‘Pig’ Allegations About David Cameron, And The Fabulously British Twitter Reactions | Scriptonite Daily

  1. Jim Round

    Well it’s been an interesting couple of weeks hasn’t it?
    The pig allegations aside it seems that Ashcrofts Non-Dom and tax status will fade into the far distance, just when is a brave MP or group of MP’s going to tackle the rampant corruption????
    Unfortunately, the benefit deaths story is still struggling to gain any traction (conference season interrupting PMQ’s, there’s convenience for you)
    Despite Mike’s best efforts, both here, on LBC and through other media, there still feels like it will be an awfully long journey, sadly with no satisfying result.
    Despite the likes of DPAC, WOW etc, IDS is still in post, WCA, Universal Credit, PIP and ESA and JSA sanctions are here to stay, all while disability, youth and elderly care become nonexistent.
    I see the usual suspects have been digging down to the Earth’s Core to throw every bit of mud they can at Jeremy Corbyn. I can see neither him nor The Labour Party in its current form reaching 2020, especially after next years elections and The EU vote.
    It seems that, according to various sources, Addenbrookes is in special measures, The NHS will soon be at breaking point and there may be an exodus of junior doctors.
    It’s almost like it’s being prepared for privatisation!!!!!
    Meanwhile, people carry on oblivious, not realising until it will all be too late.

      1. Mike Sivier Post author

        I make a habit of trashing complaints about how long a comment is in moderation, that’s for sure.
        Don’t try to think you’re any more special than anybody else. I receive hundreds of comments a day and nobody gets any special consideration.

    1. Jim Round

      I post at various times, mainly before/after I get back from work (which can be silly o’clock)
      My comment, left at 2:21pm on 22nd of September is still in moderation though.

  2. John.

    The nasties are going to be pig sick of hearing this trotted out.

    Who’s going to want to try and save his bacon after this?

  3. gfranklinpercival

    He could do worse than seek the advice of erstwhile advisers such as Patrick Rock or Doug Richard, though the latter appears to prefer lean young meet on the hoof, allegedly.

  4. fathomie

    I was great seeing everyone go Hog Wild over the Prime Minister, lest we forget, getting stuck into some prime pork in his youth. After a month of bashing Corbyn for everything from his appearance, to his ancient family history, the hypocrisy of the Tory press was laid bare as the Toryograph, Scum, and Volkischer Express brushed off ‘piggate’. Had it been Corbyn his leadership of the Labour party would be over already.

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