DAVID Cameron has revealed he gets abuse on the street over claims he had sex with a pig’s head at university.
The ex-PM has repeatedly denied the outrageous story from his Oxford days, which was claimed in a biography of him by bitter critic Lord Ashcroft.
David Cameron claims he is still harassed over allegations he had sex with a dead pig[/caption]
But in an interview with LBC radio, he revealed: “I was walking along the street with Elwen, my son, the other day and someone shouted a pig-based remark, if I can put it that way.
“Elwen is a sweet boy and people up until then had been saying some friendly things and he turned to me and said, ‘Don’t worry, Dad. On the whole people have been pretty friendly today.’”
Mr Cameron also revealed in the interview with presenter Nick Ferrari that he has deleted the Twitter app from his phone to avoid using it too much.
And he hit back at The Guardain newspaper, which was forced to apologise for saying he only suffered “privileged pain” over the loss of his son Ivan.
The former Tory leader said: “There is no privilege in holding your eldest born child in your arms as their life drains away”.
Mr Cameron said he also “wants to try” to rekindle his destroyed friendship with former Leave campaign boss Michael Gove.
But he fears Mr Gove has “become quite a different person in all of it”.
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He also said he woke up daily wondering what Speaker John Bercow would do “to make my life hell today”.
Mr Cameron recalled: “I almost, sort of, got out of bed every morning and thought, whatever John Bercow can do to make my life hell today, he will do.
“You know, things were done sometimes, you scratch your head and thought, hold on, where the hell did that one come from?”
The former PM says people have hurled abuse at him while he is with his son Elwen[/caption]
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