Business News: While outrage continues to be heard from across the country over Peter Cruddas offering access to the PM for up to a quarter of a million pounds from donors, not everyone is so incensed.
“Turned into a great little opportunity for me,” Hemsby trader Justin Caselike told The Poke as he showed off his new photo-opportunity stand on the seafront.
“Tourists can get a shot of themselves shaking hands with Cameron before a large cash donation gives them a chance to outline policy ideas over dinner.”
“And when I say ‘large’ I mean a fiver – plus everyone gets a printed photo and a certificate saying what they went in there to discuss. It’s doing roaring trade.”
“This morning a little girl called Amy got a certificate saying she asked Mister Cameron to make unicorns be real. Tough one to pitch to the grass roots of the party perhaps, but still, she was happy.”
Mister Caselike claims to have made over a thousand pounds in the few days since he put this venture together.
“The PM’s done a great job here, and he’s right. We are all in this together.”
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