The PM has been called all manner of things since rising to the country's leadership, but will be particularly pleased with these latest compliments. If there was a way in which he could promote himself to a higher office, he would, but there's simply nowhere else to go.
Dorries' comments come on the heels of her calling Cameron and his Chancellor George Osbourne, "arrogant posh boys," a phrase that saw them bristle with pride. There can be no higher praise for a Conservative Prime Minister. The remarks fly in the face of concerns he's too populist and in touch with ordinary people.
Dave has also been dogged by accusations that he's too moderate to lead the party, but these latest comments show he is firmly in line with the Tory core. Dorries made her remarks in response to Cameron's put-down of her during Prime Minister's Questions in which he called her "frustrated", though he did restrain himself from calling her a "fine filly".
Behind the old-fashioned views on gender lies a go-ahead modernity. The Government hopes to privatise sexist remarks during this parliament, with Atos among the companies vying for the £100 million contract to provide outmoded gender-specific insults.
Opposition leaders have decried the move as a waste of public money, but the Coalition insist it is an absurd anachronism that the government should have to deliver patronising comments to women which the private sector could easily offer.
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