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28 April 2015updated 26 Sep 2015 7:01am

David Cameron has no “time to hang out with Russell Brand” – but fits Jeremy Clarkson and Katie Hopkins in

The Prime Minister clearly has plenty of time for celebs – including Katie Hopkins and Jeremy Clarkson.

By Media Mole

David Cameron has responded to the news that Ed Miliband is doing an interview with Russell Brand. He said he hasn’t “got time to hang out with Russell Brand”. But it’s news to this mole that our PM is too busy to hang out with celebrities…
 

David Cameron has plenty of time for his good mate Jeremy Clarkson.

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He takes an evening to hang out with Katie Hopkins.

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He clearly had a minute or two to stand awkwardly with One Direction.

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He had Gary Barlow over for some chillaxing.

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He has all the time in the world to get Mo Farah’s Mobot wrong.

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He fits David Beckham into his schedule of slowly wandering.

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One of many photo ops with Andy Murray he has time for.

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He takes a moment to pretend in his head that he’s Alan Sugar while sitting beside Karren Brady from The Apprentice.

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He meets and greets EastEnder Barbara Windsor.

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Two comedians he does have time for are David Walliams and John Bishop.

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He gives Angelina Jolie his full attention.

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He has a chummy time with Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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He can schedule in a giggle with Joanna Lumley.

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He takes a break from politics to chat to Peter Stringfellow.

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