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David Cameron jostled on trip to Leeds

A member of the public who caused a security alert when he bumped into David Cameron in Leeds has said he had "no idea" it was the prime minister.

Dean Farley said he was only aware that he had collided with Mr Cameron an hour after he had been arrested by police.

Mr Cameron has downplayed the incident, but Andy Redhead, a former police close protection officer, told the BBC that the security team had "failed in their duty".

Tom Symonds reports.

  • 27 Oct 2014
  • From the section UK
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