As I read the Daily Mail’s account of Lord Ashcroft’s recent accusations about David Cameron, I think to myself, is it any of our business?
I’m not one to rush to the defence of Dave, in-fact I’m normally quite happy to revel in the banter and let it all be revealed, but, for me, this is a step too far. At the end of the day, this is his private life, every-one has a private life, even you. His past is HIS past!! Whether or not it actually happened (which there is very little evidence for), so what? What does a bit of university banter mean for him now? I’m 100% positive that if we delved into the past of any politician, we’d find some juicy stuff, but why should we? Sure, Ashcroft says he’s letting people decide whether or not it’s true, but he shouldn’t have published this in the first place!
If you ask me this is just a way for Lord Ashcroft to get back at David Cameron. Whether or not you like Dave, you have to feel sorry for him at this time. Or, on the flip side, maybe you’ve broken into a smile thinking about the shame he’s felt. So, before you make up you’re mind, just think- ‘Is this any of my business?’
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Archbishop of Banterbury, MG