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Last week on BBC Question Time, host David Dimbleby tried to shame one of his guests, Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg, for his attendance of the exclusive public school Eton.
The barb came during a discussion on the expansion of Heathrow airport, in which Rees-Mogg spoke about the time he used to live near the flight path.
I used to live not a million miles away from Slough with the aeroplanes going over and I must confess they didn't prove too bothersome then.
To which Dimbleby replied:
Eton, was that?
Unperturbed at the audience and Dimbleby's chuckling, the MP responded immediately with this rather witty riposte:
That's absolutely right. I was at school with your son.
His comeback has now been turned in a Thug Life video:
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