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Play pokes fun at David Cameron's walk

30 July 2014 Last updated at 12:55 BST

David Cameron has joked about the moment a theatre audience laughed at the funny walk used by an actor playing him.

Mr Cameron and his wife Samantha attended a showing of Peter's Morgan's The Audience at the National Theatre. It's a play about the Queen's relationship with British Prime Ministers.

When the actor playing him trudged on to the stage, Mr Cameron declared, "that's completely unfair, I do not walk like that", to which his wife replied, "yes you do".

He shared the anecdote with members of the public at a PM Direct event in Warrington, in Cheshire.

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