Prime Minister David Cameron couldn’t resist including an impression of his outgoing Foreign Secretary William Hague in his Conservative Party conference speech today.
He referenced Hague’s 1977 speech to the Conservatives when, as a 16-year-old, he quipped:
It’s alright for most of you. Half of you won’t be here in 30 or 40 years time.
To demonstrate his point, Hague was one of the very few present that day to hear the Prime Minister affecting his colleague’s broad Yorkshire accent 37 years later:
Of course, Cameron has form on the impressions front (with various levels of success). Here he is during a speech in the City of London attempting to impersonate former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard:
And the less said about his German accent the better:
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