The Bullingdon Club has claimed to be enjoying a revival in membership, following a desperate bid to recruit members.
In 2006, the 200 year-old drinking society had only four members. In a bid to increase its ranks, it was “forced” to reach out to an ex-state school pupil. The student rejected the invitation.
The club has announced that it now has twenty members.
It is thought that the society’s recovery might be a result of its rebranding as the provisional wing of the Conservative party and its association with former members David Cameron, George Osborne and Boris Johnson.