'I'm not a snob, my butler shops at Tesco'
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
PUBLISHED: 16:29 GMT, 23 April 2012 | UPDATED: 15:10 GMT, 25 April 2012 Edited by S W T Read 26/04/2012
Out of touch? Prime Minister David Cameron has been given advice by Twitter users about how to 'keep it real'
‘Call me Dave’ was today told to ‘keep it real Dave’ by thousands of disgruntled Twitter users.
The Prime Minster is battling alongside the rest of the country he says. In his efforts to ride out the current economic crisis but unpopular and embarrassing gaffs have left voters questioning his integrity.
Twitter users poked fun at Mr Cameron’s wealth and ‘toff’ background.
Mr Prescott, who started the hashtag, posted that the Prime Minister should ‘eat caviar straight out of the tin’ and start ‘hanging out with northern MPs…like Nick Clegg.’
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David Townsend teased Mr Cameron for his recent claim that he shopped in Sainsbury’s. Mockingly he wrote: ‘I’m not a snob. My butler has shop's at Tesco.’
David Cameron has come under fire for 'pastygate' when he claimed to have eaten a pasty from a branch in Leeds that doesn't exist.
‘His favourite song is the Hollies. ‘He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Butler.’
Chris Orton said the leader should keep it real by ‘visiting the city of Cambridge to see how the other half live in the north.’
Duncan Jefferies said he should refer to ‘guns as shooters’ when flogging arms to dodgy regimes.’
After a turbulent month he vowed to ‘learn some important lessons’ but his fightback was marred by an extraordinary attack on him and George Osborne by Tory MP Nadine Dorries who branded them ‘arrogant posh boys’ who ‘don’t know the price of milk’.