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Voice UK's Jermain Jackman bid to be first black UK PM

7 March 2014 Last updated at 13:54 GMT

The Voice UK competitor Jermain Jackman said he wanted to the first black prime minister in Britain, and Sir Tom Jones has dubbed him "the singing politician".

The 19-year-old is seen on the BBC One talent programme before he told Daily Politics presenter Jo Coburn - and journalists Fraser Nelson and Zoe Williams - about his political ambitions.

And the singer recalled how he told David Cameron he wanted the top political job for himself.

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