do a CAMRA [ˈdü ə ˈkæmrə]It's very versatile and can be utilised in many different situations.
roll over; betray allies; collaborate with opposition.
Brutus was Caesar's most trusted friend until he did a CAMRA on him.Dramatic:
Hamlet suspected that Claudius had done a CAMRA on his father.Religious:
And so it came to pass, in the Garden of Gethsemane did Judas do a CAMRA and kiss Jesus for thirty pieces of silver.Sport:
Camel Coat: What do you think about Sol Cambell's transfer to Arsenal?Political:
Spurs Fan: Well, he's done a CAMRA on us, ain't he?
The Queen stripped Anthony Blunt of his knighthood in 1979 after it was revealed he had done a CAMRA on his country.Contemporary:
I thought they were my friends but when I was mugged, instead of helping they backed away and encouraged the muggers. They did a right CAMRA on me.I shall put it to good use forthwith.