David Cameron's Australian accent during City speech

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UK Prime Minister David Cameron delivered a keynote speech on foreign policy in the City of London on Monday evening.

He opened the speech with jokes about the television series Downton Abbey, before recalling a recent conversation with Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard.

Although he acknowledged "I can't quite do the accent" he decided to "give it a go".

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