Asking PM David Cameron Your Questions
Let's just say, it was not your average Monday morning. It's not too often that you are summoned to Number 10, so when I arrived there last month, having spent the weekend scouring the newspapers, tuning in to rolling news bulletins and social media to prepare for my interview with the Prime Minister, I was ready for anything.
Although it wasn't my first visit, it was my first interview with the Prime Minister and I was excited to be there to talk to him on behalf of you, our readers, and ask him the questions you've told me are on your mind.
As well as questions about Conservative
Party policy on immigration, the health service and our economy, I
also wanted him to reveal his more personal side. And he gave me an
interesting insight in to life behind-the-scenes at Number 10 which has
already been picked up by BBC News, The Daily Mail, The Times and The Guardian.
I asked him if Samantha, his wife who is famously stylish, bought his off-duty clothes.
'Samantha has extremely good taste', he said. 'And I'm not really interested in clothes; mainly I like wearing clothes that don't make me stand out - I tend to go for Marks and Spencer and Gap - and I do get put in the changing room at Gap and clothes passed to me under the changing room door - a bit like feeding time at the zoo!'