Just as British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain waved the famous but worthless Anglo-German Agreement sign by Heir Hitler on the PM’s return from Munich in September 1938, present UK Prime Minister, David Cameron has been pulling out and waving, at every opportunity, a hand-written note written in jest by outgoing Labour Treasury Chief Secretary Liam Byrne to his Conservative successor in 2010: ‘Dear Chief Secretary, I’m afraid there is no money. Kind Regards and good luck! Liam!’ Talk about flogging a dead horse! David Cameron has produced this note time and time again, in TV studios and outdoors. Why other Conservative politicians have even referred to the note. Once is fine, twice is okay too, but waving around the note whenever there is a TV camera in his face, well, I must question Mr Cameron’s veracity! How many times can a comic tell the same joke to the same audience? Jeez Louise, the Prime Minister must think we’re all fools!