In an unambiguously hostile biography of David Cameron, it is reported that as a young man the Prime minister placed his private parts in the mouth of a dead pig. Barely 12 hours after publication, the internet has decided that David Cameron did something unspeakable with a pig. Even a the most convincing and comprehensive refutation of the story, a sworn confession from everyone involved that they made it up, won't change the story: it would just become a footnote on a Wikipedia page, a thing clever people say in years to come when the story is retold in pubs ("actually it wasn't true").This is said to have been part of an initiation for an aristocratic Oxford University dining club. Some stories are so compelling the truth can't change them. I suspect some of my trade will have a go at arguing that it does matter, that it has political significance.In 1922, Jim Abercrombie and Harry Cameron designed the world’s first blowout preventer (BOP) in the dust of the floor of their shop in Houston, Texas.The new invention revolutionized the fledgling drilling industry.The Prime Minister said he would like to, but it was a "busy week." The general election is on 7 May.There is, as they say, only one story the political world is sniggering about today. True or not, the image is so vivid it sticks in the mind, indelibly colouring someone's reputation. Today online debate is emotion first, facts a long-distant second.
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