James Landale and David Cameron
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Cameron denies PMQs bully claim and vows five year term

David Cameron said he was putting himself forward "for the full five years" as prime minister in the next Parliament.

The Conservative leader said he hoped to go on being an MP, when he was no longer prime minister.

Speaking in his Oxfordshire constituency, Mr Cameron told James Landale about his plans after leaving Downing Street, but said he was "not focussed" on that for now, as he believed he was still sane and healthy.

They spoke about Afghanistan, and his own behaviour at prime minister's questions, and views of his "poshness".

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  • 23 Mar 2015
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