Cameron: I haven't found a drink I don't like

He'd rather have a bitter: Cameron on alcohol
He'd rather have a bitter: Cameron on alcohol

By Ian Dunt

David Cameron has revealed his taste in alcohol during a question and answer session at Fuller's Brewery in west London.

Speaking on a variety of issues, including Tory plans to clamp down on cut price alcohol deals at supermarkets, Mr Cameron was eventually led onto discussing his personal preferences.

"I haven't yet found a drink I don't like," he admitted.


"I tend to drink bitter rather than lager. London pride is an excellent pint. The cans with the widgets are quite good too."

But the Tory leader eventually became concerned he might be coming across somewhat off-message and brought his comments to a stop.

"I'm sounding a bit like an alcoholic, so I'd better stop now," he said.

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