Tomos Walters from Aberdare meets Prime Minister David Cameron
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Schoolboy interviews prime minister in 'dream job' day

An aspiring politician has interviewed Prime Minister David Cameron after being given the opportunity to do his dream job for a day.

Tomos Walters, 14, from Aberdare, who has cerebral palsy, visited Westminster as a National Lottery Good Causes hero for his work promoting the Lottery-funded Bobath Therapy Centre.

He told BBC Radio Wales presenters Oliver Hides and Nelli Bird about his big day, and was given some careers advice by former Lib Dem leader Sir Menzies Campbell MP.

Tomos' visit to Westminster will be shown during The National Lottery Show on BBC One at 19:35 BST on Saturday, 1 June.

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  • 30 May 2013
  • From the section Wales