Picture: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images
Picture: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Sir Alan Duncan, MP for Rutland and Melton, came to David Cameron's defence in the outcry about the profits he made from his father's offshore unit trust revealed in the Panama Papers.

He told critics of the prime minister, who in his mind "hate anyone who has even got a hint of wealth in their life":

We risk seeing a House of Commons which is stuffed full of low achievers, who hate enterprise, hate people who look after their own family and who know absolutely nothing about the outside world.

Mr Cameron also argued that MPs should not be forced to publish their tax returns as it could discourage candidates from seeking election.

Apropos of nothing, here's a list of a few words that may mean different things to the upper class than to the everyday member of the electorate:

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