We open on a picture of David Cameron against a white background. It is tinged red.
The picture is moving from Screen left to Screen right during the voiceover.
“Remember when David Cameron said he was “the Heir to Blair” …
…after Tony Blair won his third term?
The Red picture disappears screen right as a yellow tinged picture emerges from screen left and begins to make the same journey.
“Or when David Cameron said he was “a Liberal conservative”…
…when he needed liberal votes?”
The Yellow tinged picture disappears screen right and we see a Green tinged picture from screen left, replacing it.
“or when David Cameron said we should “Go green, vote Blue” and installed a windmill on his house?”
…until people said they didn’t like green taxes?”
The Green Tinged picture disappears screen right and we see a Blue tinged picture from screen left, replacing it.
The blue picture stays in the middle of the screen. So we have to look at it throughout the next voiceover.
“But then David Cameron realised he was a Tory after all.
He said he’d cut taxes for millionaires but not for working families
The Tories called for cuts in regulation of mortgages, so banks could do what they liked.
and David Cameron said he would slash spending on public services while giving a hand out to multi millionaires and big business.”
During the next V/O we begin to pull out from the Blue picture. It is a pretty unattractive, after all.
“But people didn’t like David Cameron’s true colours much.
So now he’s trying to change his image.. again.“
As we pull out, the Blue picture begins to move, in the opposite direction from before (towards screen left).
It is replaced first by the Green picture, then the Yellow picture and finally by the Red picture.
As we slowly pull out it is clear the pictures are moving around a central axis and are replacing each other on the screen.
We hear a whistling sound, as the voiceover resumes.
“So now we know the real reason the Tories like windmills.
They go whichever way the wind blows.”
As we pull out, we see that the four pictures of David Cameron are the four leaves of a windmill, spinning around in the wind.
We hear “any way the wind blows doesn’t really matter to meeeeeeeee” from Queen.
Fade to Black.
THE LAST THING BRITAIN NEEDS.