The Prime Minister walked over the world's most famous zebra crossing yesterday with Labour MP Tessa Jowell
David Cameron has been ridiculed after he appeared to recreate the iconic cover of The Beatles album ‘Abbey Road’ during a trip to the famous recording studio.
The Prime Minister walked over the most famous zebra crossing in the world yesterday with Labour MP Tessa Jowell – ahead of a meeting to discuss the cultural benefits of Britain staying in the European Union.
But the Prime Minister might just live to regret his tribute to the Fab Four – after he posted a photo of the moment on Twitter.
“What a prat. Beatles made that iconic and you just ruined it. Lennon and Harrison will be turning in their graves”, one user replied.
Another said: “You are an embarrassment to your office, your party, and your country.”
The Prime Minister attended Abbey Road to meet famous members of the Creative Industries Federation – including The Wire star Dominic West.
Mr Cameron said: “When it comes to creativity, British talent and expertise has made this country the envy of the world.
“Whether it is music or film, art or video games, the UK leads Europe. More than most, this is a sector that thrives on being open to the world outside.
“Whether it’s bringing in talent, filming on location or simply having access to the single market of 500 million people across Europe.
“The results of Creative Industries Federation’s survey are clear: we are better off in a reformed European Union than out on our own. To leave would be a leap in the dark.”