Hug an oldie

David Cameron has emphatically put his foot where his mouth is (or something along those lines) – this time in an attempt to butter up the elderly.

“We have to change our approach and our attitude and our behaviour towards older people in order to reap the benefits of an older and more mature society,” he told Age Concern.

In Parliament and the Party of course, older people must be forcefully ignored. On the A-list of prospective Tory candidates Dave draws the line somewhere in the early 40’s. The average age of his shadow cabinet is a whopping 48, but this will undoubtedly be dealt with as soon as the fresh faced A-listers start pushing the experienced lot off their seats.

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