David Cameron's supporters are going to extraordinary lengths to suppress a picture of him with fellow members of the elite Bullingdon dining club whilst he was a student at Oxford.
The Daily Telegraph described it thus, "The Bullingdon modus operandi is to book a restaurant under a false name, smash it up, and throw large amounts of money at the upset owners — a form of behaviour which dates back to Victorian times." Sounds like a few ASBO's would have sorted them out.
Now the offending picture of Cameron has been "withdrawn", and in desperation the BBC has had a rather fuzzy impression drafted. No such inhibitions here. Check out the Malcolm Redfellow site (where I got the picture) for a full breakdown of those also in the frame.
As Peter Hitchins told Newsnight, "I think it tells us something about David Cameron that he doesn't much want us to know, that he is not the ordinary bloke that he claims to be. That he is actually much grander and much more aristocratic than he has made out."