A petition has been launched which calls for David Cameron to be banned from entering the UK when he attempts to return from his Easter break in Lanzarote
At the time of writing over 15,000 people have signed the petition which reads:
“David Cameron presents a clear and present danger to the short, medium and long term interests of the country. As such, the UK should institute a temporary ban on his return to Britain at the conclusion of his holiday in Lanzarote.”
The British prime minister was accused of shirking his responsibilities as he jetted off for an Easter holiday early Thursday morning while millions of Brits and MPs were still at work.
MPs were left to debate several issues before staring their Easter breaks, including an ‘urgent question’ on next week’s junior doctors’ strike.
Despite the Commons still sitting and the ongoing Brussels terror crisis, the PM departed Downing Street at the crack of dawn for an Easyjet flight to Lanzarote.
His trip to the volcanic island was also criticized because just two months ago he had urged Britons to take their Easter holidays in flood-hit areas of the country to help the region recover from the winter floods.
However, Cameron said he needed “more time to think” following a tough week.
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