British Prime Minister David Cameron really gave it to Russia during his keynote speech today at the annual Conservative Party Conference in Manchester, England.
Cameron spoke of an unnamed Russian official’s cutting remarks about his country at last month’s G20 Summit, calling Britain “just a small island,” according to the Telegraph.
Not so, Cameron assured the audience, before drawing inspiration from one of the greatest films of our time, Love Actually.
“When the world wanted rights, who wrote Magna Carta?” Cameron asked.
“And today – whose music do they dance to? Whose universities do they flock to? Whose football league do they watch?”
“So yes, we may be a small island but I tell you what, we’re a great country.”
Hurrah! I hate Uncle Jamie!