There's a petition to stop David Cameron re-entering the country

Ellen Stewart
Monday 28 March 2016 14:10
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A petition to prevent prime minister David Cameron from re-entering the country following his Easter vay-cay in Lanzarote has garnered over 22,000 signatures.

Cameron is currently on holiday with wife Samantha on the Spanish island - where on his previous visit two years ago was stung by a jellyfish - following what he deemed a "tough week" dealing with the fallout from Iain Duncan Smith's resignation.

However, a petition to be delivered to home secretary Theresa May, would prefer it if Cameron did not return from his trip.

It reads:

David Cameron presents a clear and present danger to the short, medium and long term interests of the country. As such, the UK should institute a temporary ban on his return to Britain at the conclusion of his holiday in Lanzarote.

No comment.

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