Perhaps he should
But in a skit on the week’s political news for BBC2’s “This Week”ï¿½programmeï¿½on 20 April, Mary Ann Sieghart of The Times imagined herself as a cleaner at Number 10 Downing Street. ï¿½She covers all of the Prime Minister David Cameron’s political woes (except, for some reason, the Leveson enquiry and Murdoch scandal).
In the (fake) Number 10 flat was, prominently visible, a copy of Brilliant Stress Management.
Let’s take a closer look…
You can see the whole six minute piece here or by clicking on the image below.
First Naomi Campbell, then an imagined PM; who next? ï¿½
Who in public life needs a copy of Brilliant Stress Management?
Use the comments below to tell us.
Thank you to Andy Shakeshaft for spotting this feature, and letting me know.