Cameron tries to woo women voters in ‘patronizing’ interview

In an attempt to win over female voters to the Conservative brand, Prime Minister David Cameron issued an interview with a women’s magazine, sharing his family life and love of cooking. Critics have called his comments “patronizing.”

Women are statistically more likely to vote for the Labour Party than the Tories.

Some 28 percent of mothers with children under 18 plan to vote Conservative, compared with 48 percent who favor Labour.

Three months ahead of the 2015 general election, Cameron has evidently tried to woo female voters by polishing his “family man” image.

In an interview with Woman & Home magazine, the PM heaped praise on his wife Samantha Cameron.

It is true that behind every man there is a great woman,” said love-struck Dave.

She truly is the empress of multitasking, and amazing at doing it all, from overseeing the children’s homework, having a business life of her own, doing a lot of charity work, and supporting me as prime minister.”

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