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David Cameron Spotted In Polzeath
11:11am 20th August 2014
(Updated 11:11am 20th August 2014)
David Cameron insists he is 'always within a few feet of his blackberry' as he holidays in Cornwall and the crisis in Iraq continues.
The Prime Minister has admitted having to cut short other breaks in the Duchy because of dodgy mobile signal.
But now according to reports in the papers, he has said he will be able to manage the government's response from near Polzeath.
That is despite the area being a notorious so-called 'not-spot.'
On Tuesday, Mr Cameron was snapped having lunch in the Galleon Beach Cafe at Polzeath.
It is the fourth year in a row he has brought the family on holiday to north Cornwall.
The PM bought his children a hot chocolate.
Helen Covey served them and she said: "Everybody says David Cameron is here, David Cameron is here, the customers come in and say do you know David Cameron is here, which is nice.
"I've never seen him not talk, he's always got time for anyone who wants to say something, always says hello when he comes in, very pleasant, a very regular guy I would say.
"He always comes in when he comes down to Cornwall, buys his children a hot chocolate with whipped cream, marshmallows and a flake, mixes in with everybody, queues up like everybody else, buys it and sits down quietly while everyone stares at him."
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