Dave Shouldn't Apologise
His remarks came on a visit to Pakistan, when he was asked how Britain could help to end the row over Kashmir.
He insisted that it was not his place to intervene in the dispute, saying: “I don’t want to try to insert Britain in some leading role where, as with so many of the world’s problems, we are responsible for the issue in the first place.
Patronising claptrap - they are adults, it is up to them to fix the hand they were dealt many years ago. It's like middle aged whiners complaining if only Mummy and Daddy had treated them better they wouldn't now be in the gutter, or writing for the Guardian, or both.