Prime Minister David Cameron’s aunt (centre) told a protest she was against cuts to services proposed by Oxfordshire County Council [Image: Apex].

It turns out Mr Cameron’s aunt has more intelligence than anybody expected – including, it seems, her nephew.

He was probably hoping she would pipe down after he magicked up a grant of more than £300 million for primarily-Tory, southern counties, to relieve the effect of his cuts there.

Instead, Clare Currie appears to have noted that this fund does not help anybody who isn’t a friend of her nephew, and took to the streets.

Take careful not of what she said: “I am here to protest against all of the cuts.” [Emphasis mine]

Bravo, madam!

David Cameron faces yet more humiliation today, after his aunt was photographed marching against Tory cuts in his own Oxfordshire county.

Clare Currie, who last week spoke out against cuts which will lead to the closure of 44 children’s centres, joined the anti-austerity demonstration on Saturday, and waved a banner reading “No ifs. No buts. No cuts.”

She was pictured at the demo, marching just a few feet in front of a banner for the local Labour Party.

Mrs Currie, who lives a stone’s throw from the Prime Minister’s constituency, said: “I am here to protest against all of the cuts – I think they are a big mistake.”

Source: David Cameron’s aunt joined protest march against Tory cuts to children’s centres – Mirror Online

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