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1 July 2011

David Cameron jogging in Aston Villa shirt

Prime Minister is down with the kids, running in t-shirt reading "Cameron 10".

By Samira Shackle

In the most important political development of the day, the Evening Standard‘s Ross Lydall spotted David Cameron out running in an Aston Villa replica shirt emblazoned with “Cameron 10” on the back.

You can just about make it out in this rather shaky video. According to Lydall, Cameron declined to be photographed in his shirt, saying only “I am an ardent fan”. It’s a blow for their rival club Birmingham City, that’s for sure.

 

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