David Cameron and George Osborne team up to fundraise for Labour

Dina Rickman@dinarickman
Wednesday 11 March 2015 13:00

Fine, not that David Cameron, and not that George Osborne.

But the Labour Party has enlisted the prime minister and the chancellor's namesakes as part of an election fundraising drive. David Cameron, from Glasgow, is trying to raise £24,000 in 24 hours and George Osborne (who in his own words "couldn't resist jumping on the bandwagon") is trying to help.

Very funny, but we won't donate a penny until Labour wheel out a member named Nigel Farage.

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