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Ex-shadow home secretary David Davis is reported to have compared David Cameron and Nick Clegg's partnership to the gay cowboys in the film Brokeback Mountain.

Mr Davis said Mr Cameron was overly concerned with appeasing the Lib Dems

Mr Davis is alleged to have described the relationship between the Tory Prime Minister and his Liberal Democrat deputy as the "Brokeback coalition".

Brokeback Mountain won three Oscars for its depiction of a homosexual relationship between two cowboys.

The backbench MP, who attributed the original jibe to Tory donor Lord Ashcroft, denied making the comments which are published in Saturday's Financial Times.

Mr Davis is alleged to have made a slew of disparaging remarks about the Coalition during a private conversation in a south London pub in earshot of journalists from the newspaper

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Mr Davis is alleged to have made a slew of disparaging remarks about the Coalition during a private conversation in a south London pub in earshot of journalists from the newspaper[/i]

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You mean he made sure they could hear before he opend his mouth.

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Ex-shadow home secretary David Davis is reported to have compared David Cameron and Nick Clegg's partnership to the gay cowboys in the film Brokeback Mountain.

Mr Davis said Mr Cameron was overly concerned with appeasing the Lib Dems

Mr Davis is alleged to have described the relationship between the Tory Prime Minister and his Liberal Democrat deputy as the "Brokeback coalition".

Brokeback Mountain won three Oscars for its depiction of a homosexual relationship between two cowboys.

The backbench MP, who attributed the original jibe to Tory donor Lord Ashcroft, denied making the comments which are published in Saturday's Financial Times.

Mr Davis is alleged to have made a slew of disparaging remarks about the Coalition during a private conversation in a south London pub in earshot of journalists from the newspaper

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Now that's funny especially as the ex resident on the office has er procliviites along the bumming line to bummington apparently

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Look at Brown v. Blair, such partnerships always end up f***g each other in the end, the public usually takes it up the a$$ too.

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  • 238 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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