Cameron: 'Newspapers don't make me foam at mouth'

Prime Minister David Cameron was guest of honour at the annual fundraising reception for the Journalists’ Charity at the Ireland Embassy in London last night.

He told guests: “I am the first serving British Prime Minister to come to the Embassy. There’s a great relationship between Britain and the Republic of Ireland…and I’m enjoying a glass of Guinness.”

Calling for a new sense of responsibility between politicians and the press he said: “I am at an early stage of my premiership when you can just about open a newspaper without foaming at the mouth and falling over backwards.”

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