Far be it from me –

David Cameron forgot the date of the election, what else has he forgotten?

on April 29, 2015


Prime Minister David Cameron, speaks to workers during a visit to Kelvin Hughes Voltage in Enfield, north London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday April 28, 2015. See PA story ELECTION Main. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire David Cameron talks to workers at Kelvin Hughes (Picture: Chris Radburn/PA Wire)

Considering it’s the date where the country goes to the polls to decide whether he’ll rule our country again for the next five years, you might have thought that May 7 would be a date tattooed onto the brain of David Cameron.

But apparently not, after the Prime Minister got the date of the election wrong while out on the campaign trail.

Speaking to staff at radar systems company Kelvin Hughes, Mr Cameron said: ‘I have a guarantee if I’m your Prime Minister after the 9th…after the 7th of May. And it’s this. We will finish the job of getting the deficit down’.


But then again, he’s a got a habit of letting his memory slip.

Like on Saturday, when he forgot that he ‘supported’ Aston Villa, and instead declared his allegiance for a…

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