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Riot Club: Bullingdon Club film follows Wade Posh play

The writer of a film inspired by the Bullingdon Club, which David Cameron and George Osborne were once members of, says the prime minister and chancellor "might take issue with what the film suggests".

Laura Wade's play Posh, about a group of wealthy young men destined for high office, was a hit before the 2010 election and has been turned into a film.

The writer told Daily Politics reporter Eleanor Garnier she hoped leading Conservatives would find it an "entertaining ride" if they watched the film, which is released on Friday.

Tory David Amess gives his reaction to this film on Thursday's Daily Politics

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