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Tories Auction Bust Of David Cameron For £90,000

26/06/2013 11:11 BST | Updated 26/08/2013 10:12 BST
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LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 19: British Prime Minister David Cameron leaves Number 10 Downing Street to greet His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan on June 19, 2013 in London, England. As well as meeting with Mr Cameron, King Abdullah II will hold talks with British Foreign Secretary, William Hague and deliver a lecture at the Royal College of Defence Studies. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

David Cameron has taken time out to chillax and sip champagne with the loaded fatcats who will fund his next election campaign. In a forthright speech, Cameron laid out how he had paid back his rich donors through tax cuts while pursuing policies that have meant pain for millions.

"Who has cut the top rate of income tax making Britain competitive again, saying to wealth creators come here, invest here, that is what this Government's done," he said.

And there was laughter as a bronze bust of Mr Cameron – who was at the event with wife Samantha – went up for sale. But the PM’s blushes were spared by a foreign businessman who snapped up the artwork for a massive £90,000.

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