DAVID Cameron would prefer if Britain went back to talking about his romantic liaison with a dead pig.
After it was revealed that most of the people he knows are directors of an investment consultancy in Guam, the prime minister has been trying to change the subject as effectively as possible.
Cameron refused to confirm whether he has any money still invested in offshore tax havens, but said he did some ‘silly things at university’ which he would now be happy to discuss to the exclusion of all other subjects.
A Downing Street spokesman said: “The fact his father was a tax-dodger, his whole upbringing was paid for by tax-dodging, his sense of right and wrong was taught to him by a tax dodger and his refusal to confirm his current tax dodging status has no bearing on his ability to deal with tax dodging.
“Anyway, what about that pig, eh?”