“I WAS SHOCKED TO DISCOVER CONSERVATIVES WEREN’T THE PROGRESSIVE SOCIAL JUSTICE MOVEMENT I HAD TAKEN THEM FOR” ADMITS NICK CLEGG
Former Deputy PM said Tory’s refused to make paper daisy chains in briefing rooms
Nick Clegg has opened up for the first time about his feelings towards the Conservative Party after the Liberal Democrats term in coalition government with them between 2010 and 2015.
"They really took me by surprise,” admits Clegg, “When the general election in 2010 gave us a hung parliament and negotiations started, David Cameron told me that the Tory's were a progressive social justice campaign.”
“It was only when we allowed them to take all the major seats in the cabinet that it became clear that they weren't - it really took me by surprise.”
“I thought we were going into government jointly to make hospital beds available and solve the housing crisis, whilst making paper daisy chains in the briefing rooms. I didn't know it was going to turn into a five year piss up for the Bullingdon Boys Club.”
“Anyway, I need to get off the line now I'm expecting a call back from a Nigerian Prince I've just sent my bank details to.”