Great Burgers Of Our Time

Ed better think again about that pasty-gate style trip to McDonalds, he’s no stranger to a posh burger himself. Presumably more of an emmental cheese and Diet Coke man.

Meanwhile Clegg has gone out to bat for the Chancellor on LBC, confessing he also eats at Byron and is partial to their Oreo milkshake:

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Grant ‘McLovin it’ Shapps? Well he’s just a man of the people:

Great burgers of our time…

Pic via @eyespymp

Ed Vaizey makes his own (H/T @asabenn):

Whereas Dave and Barry prefer wieners:

Size isn’t everything for Boris:

Vince Cable went to Maccy D’s but stuck to the coffee. He doesn’t look like he was McLovin it.

William Hague and Kevin Rudd prefer long ones:




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