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20,000 Brits Sign Petition to Ban Cameron from Re-entering UK

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Nearly 20,000 people signed a petition less than an hour after its launch on Friday, demanding the UK home secretary ban Prime Minister David Cameron from returning from his Easter holiday in Lanzarote, Spain. “David Cameron presents a clear and present danger to the short, medium and long term interests of the country,” says the petition. “As such, the UK should institute a temporary ban on his return to Britain at the conclusion of his holiday in Lanzarote.” They referred to numerous policies that have consistently impoverished the poor masses like benefit cuts for the disabled, the tax policy favoring the richest and the bombing in Syria and Libya.
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