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Who said it: David Cameron or Tywin Lannister?

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There are two great powers gaining constant mention in the media: David Cameron's government and the fleshy, bloody exploits of the Lannister family.

And, to be fair, the similarities between the two are striking.

Both wield ultimate power, and both involve privileged, condescending men whose family have been near the top for centuries. In fact, they're so similar we bet you can't even tell the difference between a quote from our very own Prime Minister David Cameron and the recently deceased Westeros despot Tywin Lannister.

To the victor, the spoils.

 

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