Mr. Skinner shouted "No wonder they call him Dodgy Dave... A man who went to Eton.." The rest of the MP's pronouncements were drowned out by jeers as Speaker John Bercow tried desperately to restore order reports the Daily Mirror. "It's very good to see the Labour party in full voice cheering on Jurassic Park," joked David Cameron. "I would stick to the movie."
Cameron went to see the new Jurassic Park movie June 12 according to one person on Twitter who was sat behind him.
As feathers ruffled during the heated exchange once again Cameron referring to Skinners' age as a joke calling him 'Jurassic Park' is an abuse of power and position.
It was the hottest July day on record in the UK and surely an inappropriate time to bash an elderly man.
Local politician and former Labour Deputy PM John Prescott tweeted "So the UK Prime Minister resorts to ageism when asked about the closure of Hatfield colliery. Guy's got no class #pmqs."
But either way was Cameron right to verbally attack Skinner in the Commons Wednesday
If you can dish it out you should be able to take it but resorting to low blows Wednesday David Cameron proved he will never be anything more than an over-privileged spoiled brat and never an elder statesman in anything but years assuming he lives into old age.
Mr. Skinner is well-respected by many and is the Labour leader who never was. With his strong left-wing values and beliefs Labour chose others to become electable across the broad political spectrum of the UK.
He is a man of principles and reading his excellent biography Sailing Close to the Wind confirmed that. But also learning that he politely refused to meet privately with Prince Charles adds weight to that view.
As Dave Cameron tries to push people into working into ever older age, and appoints Lords and Ladies to sit in the second unelected house of parliament until they shuffle of this mortal coil why he has a problem with Mr. Skinner's age is not clear.
Our current monarch is older than Mr. Skinner and still in office so does Cameron refer to her as Jurassic Park we wonder?
Perhaps it is because Mr. Skinner has remained a thorn in the side of successive Tory PMs and opposition leaders and will continue to do so until he decides it is time to go; long may he stay.
When challenged; Cameron also resorts to name calling and becomes petty-but as we already said he is after all a spoiled brat.
Dennis Skinner, Beast of Bolsover, fab quotes
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