Since when has “asking difficult questions” to a politician become a crime? What, so someone might not ask David Cameron a patsy question? Wouldn’t want that now, would we.
If you look here, you could be forgiven for thinking that David Cameron was ready to respond to whatever questions people put to him.
The core premise is very simple: David Cameron visits a community centre and anyone who wants to come is invited to attend and take turns to ask David about whatever’s on their mind.
There are no scripts or planted questions, and the events, which are taking place throughout Britain, are open to everyone who lives in the local area, no matter what their political persuasion.
Cameron Direct gives David the chance to discover the local and national issues that people are concerned about. And it gives the people of Britain the chance to meet David and ask him about the issues that matter most to them.
But now we know from his mouthpiece, he really only wants to answer easy questions from people who are sympathetic to David Cameron and the Conservatives. So please, comrades in Halesowen and Rowley, don’t ask anything too hard.