Book: UK PM Did Something Disturbing With Pig’s Head

The biography is therefore seen as revenge by many Brits including Cameron’s spokeswoman who said she’s “not intending to dignify this book by offering any comment or any PM reaction to it”. In it, they write that Cameron was a member of “a debauched group” called the Piers Gaveston Society, as well as the infamous Bullingdon Club, during his time at Oxford University.


Ashcroft, a former ally, fell out with Cameron after the prime minister failed to follow through on a promise to give him a top ranking job after winning the 2010 election.

The revelations of “Call Me Dave“, now being serialised in the Daily Mail, include allegations of college era pot-smoking and wild parties.

His most potentially damaging allegation is a claim that Cameron knew in 2009 that Belize-based Ashcroft was registered as “non-domiciled” in Britain and didn’t pay United Kingdom tax on his foreign earnings.

The UK’s Prime Minister, David Cameron, has been publicly accused of an unbelievable act: that he once inserted his penis into the mouth of a dead pig. The authors concede the pig accusation could be a case of mistaken identity but argue that this would be out of character with their source.

The British chief never even belonged to the sex-crazed social club that was apparently behind the stunt, which was detailed in a new book by former Conservative Party Deputy Chairman Michael Ashcroft.

Cameron, 48, went to school at Oxford University where, it is alleged in the book, he joined secret society and the initiation rituals were rather horrifying at best.

The biography, written by Lord Ashcroft, ex-Tory peer, also alleges that David Cameron was present in environments where drugs were used openly.

Cameron allegedly told the incident to a friend.


Writing in the newspaper, Ashcroft said he was disappointed that Cameron only offered him a “declinable” junior post after he formed a coalition government with the Liberal Democrats in 2010.

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