DAVID Cameron has been asked to intricately describe the agony his bad back is causing him.
After the prime minister’s painful back forced the cancellation of a hunting trip, the country leaned forward in its seat and asked him just how much it hurts.
Bus driver Wayne Hayes said: Can the PM say, for instance, whether it feels likes a hot, jagged piece of glass is being twisted between his vertebrae? Because Id really, really like to know if it does.”
Cameron’s injury has prompted the launch of a nationwide childrens painting competition, with a £10 book token for the best picture of his face contorted in blinding agony.