David Cameron ordered drone strike on ‘infamous’ Eton bully
British Prime Minister, David Cameron has hit back at Labour’s criticism of a drone airstrike that killed a British tourist in Egypt.
Former Etonian, Rupert “Rammy” Ramsbottom was killed instantly, last Thursday, when targeted by a British drone while holidaying in the Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheikh .
The incident drew fierce criticism at Prime Ministers Questions from Labour MP Harriet Harman, after it was revealed that Cameron had personally sanctioned the attack.
“Old Rammy was a grade-A fiend and did unspeakably caddish to me during our time together at Eton. I know I’m not the only member of the Cabinet whose glad to see the back of him. He was infamous.”
Cameron has been under pressure by political opponents and human rights groups over the perceived immorality of drone attacks, but remains unrepentant, and said more attacks cannot be ruled out.
“We live in a dangerous world and there are a lot of people who have pissed me off both past and present. Any enemy of Britain is an enemy of mine and visa versa.”