Cameron heckled by anti-austerity protesters – so he ignores them

Would Jeremy Corbyn have run away from a chance to talk to the people? Even if those people were against him?

Probably not.

But David Cameron did it in Manchester yesterday.

Perhaps he had a meal waiting for him inside his nice luxury hotel – pork, or gammon, or maybe a bacon sandwich…

David Cameron was berated as he arrived for the Tory party conference in Manchester on Saturday. Protesters gathered outside the Midlands hotel waiting to chide the PM over the Government’s austerity measures.

Cameron refused to speak to reporters as he arrived in the city centre, but would have heard the demonstrators outside the secure zone surrounding the hotel and Manchester Central conference centre.

Anti-Tory protesters have scheduled a march on Sunday, the day of the conference opening. Fledgling Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is expected in Manchester on Monday, and will take the stump to address the gathered masses in opposition to Tory reforms.

Source: Cameron Heckled By Anti-Austerity Protesters, Promises To Double Number Of British Drones Targeting ISIS

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8 thoughts on “Cameron heckled by anti-austerity protesters – so he ignores them

  1. Steve Duff

    I see he has his sound bite out for the right wing media ready for Sunday morning, “Double up on drones & beef up the SAS” Mail readers are gonna love that this morning.

  2. Nick

    I don’t understand the mentality of david cameron having his party’s conference in Manchester a labour Strong hold

    not a great hotel either the standard typically British the food very basic and very expensive

    i have stayed in all sorts of places in the world over the years and the uk ones whatever the name whatever the brand are by far the worst in value for money

    1. hayfords

      Labour had its conference in Manchester last year. The parties alternate each year between a number of venues such as Liverpool, Brighton and Manchester.

  3. David Bacon

    Having the tory conference in a Labour stronghold is just his way of sticking two fingers up to us. The sort of heckling which annoys Cameron most is that which is aimed at his beloved Countryside Alliance. He’s not a nice man and Osborne will be even worse.

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