Kudos to Tom Pride for sticking out Tory propaganda peddler The Andrew Marr Show today (January 10).

It seems the band Squeeze managed to inject some much-needed critical insight by altering the lyrics of the song they performed – in the face of the PR prime minister, David Cameron.

One can only imagine the horror among Tory-supporting BBC news executives as the band hammered Cameron’s just-announced plan to level council estates.

It will be interesting to see what band members have to say about it afterwards. Will they ever be invited back?

Appearing on the Andrew Marr show this morning, legendary group Squeeze trolled fellow guest David Cameron by changing the words in the last verse of their song Cradle to the Grave to this:

I grew up in council houses,
part of what made Britain great, 
but there’s some here who are hell bent,
on the destruction of the Welfare State.


Source: Squeeze troll Cameron live on TV: “some here are hell bent on the destruction of the welfare state” | Pride’s Purge

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