Tory donor Lord Ashcroft makes claims of drugs, debauchery and ‘bizarre rituals’ in an unauthorised biography on Prime Minister David Cameron….reports Asian Lite News. British newspapers today splashed their front pages with the claims made in the new biography titled Call Me Dave about Prime Minister David Cameron by Lord Ashcroft and Isabel Oakeshott.
The Daily Mail is serialising the book. The paper says the book raises “hugely disturbing questions” about the prime minister’s approach to military action in Libya.
Call Me Dave also features hundreds of interviews with friends and enemies of the Prime Minister. The book claims that Cameron was a member of a “dope smoking group”, called the Flam Club at Oxford University.
It alleges that cocaine was circulated at Cameron’s London home and that the Prime Minister was in a debauched Oxford society that specialised in “bizarre rituals and sexual excess”.
The book reports a single, unsubstantiated source, who it says went on to become an MP, as saying that during Cameron’s initiation ceremony at a Piers Gaveston event he “put a private part of his anatomy” into a dead pig’s mouth.
The unnamed source alleges that there is photographic evidence of the reported incident.