David Cameron and his family will be spending the Easter break in a 18th century rural hotel on the Canary Island of Lanzarote. His in-laws have a home on the island, so David & Sammie often borrow the keys and jet on out. The exclusive resort of Casa Tomarén in the village of San Bartolomé has seven self contained cottages in a private complex on the outskirts of the volcanic forest Timanfaya National Park.
The Granada tourist board is upset that nobody bothered to tell them that David & Sam Cameron were coming for a short break over the weekend. “Had we known” said a tourist board flunky, “we could have used the opportunity in a quiet way to promote Granada…. nobody from the Junta or the Governor’s Office bothered to tell us, and we are not psychic”. Well, quite. The National Police (who sent quite a few bodyguards Continue reading Granada laments “lost opportunity” of Cameron’s visit
From The Times: David Cameron poked fun at John Bercow, the Commons Speaker, in a speech to journalists yesterday. The Prime Minister recounted an apocryphal encounter between Mr Bercow and Simon Burns, the Health Minister, who called the Speaker a “sanctimonious, stupid dwarf”. Mr Cameron described Mr Burns persuading his driver to reverse into the Speaker’s car. An angry Mr Bercow, who claims to be 5ft 7in, confronts the minister, saying: “I’m not happy.” To Continue reading Cameron pokes fun at the Speaker