David Cameron - Port Out, Starboard Home

David William Donald Cameron was born in 1966, and during his tenure as Prime Minister, has long suffered from the ‘posh’ label. The word posh was originally derived from the Cunard Shipping Line, when wealthy passengers would insist upon their staterooms being on the port side of the vessel on the way to New York but on the starboard side on the return leg to ensure they always got the best of the sun. Port out, starboard home developed into the acronym POSH on the Cunard paperwork, and the word has stuck to this day.

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