Conservative leader David Cameron denies he went raving

A 1988 video shows a rather similar-looking chap partying…

The Conservative party have issued a denial after it was suggested that an online video shows their leader, David Cameron, partying at a rave in 1988.

The video, first flagged up on and entitled ‘Acid House Sunrise 1988 Part 4’, which you can see by clicking below, shows a man who strongly resembles the politician attending an outdoor rave sporting long hair, clearly enjoying himself to the full.

However, a spokesperson for the party has “categorically denied” that Cameron features in the video, reports the Daily Mail.


Throughout his career, Cameron has repeatedly refused to answer questions about whether he has taken illegal drugs, although a fellow pupil at his school Eton claimed he had used cannabis when he was younger.


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