David Cameron's Yorkshire accent will make you feel uncomfortable

David Cameron attempted a Yorkshire accent today as he paid tribute to William Hague in a speech to the Conservative party conference.

The phrase "some of you won't be here in thirty years time" was paraphrased from Mr Hague's address the Conservative conference in 1977, when he was 16 years old.

Mr Hague, who will leave Parliament at the next election, gave his last speech to the Tory conference on Monday. Cameron also called Hague the "greatest living Yorkshireman", a label which divided opinion...

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