DAVID CAMERON wrecked his bid to woo Yorkshire voters yesterday by claiming that people from the proud county “hate each other.”
The Tory PM made the comment while talking to a member of the public about rival devolution bids within Yorkshire.
During the visit to Leeds, he was recorded saying: “We just thought people in Yorkshire hated everyone else. We didn’t realise they hated each other so much.”
The off-camera comment, caught by a BBC microphone, sparked a furious reaction on social media.
Catherine Jones tweeted: “Cameron thinks Yorkshire people hate everyone probably because everyone in Yorkshire hates him.”