David Cameron admits to Angry Birds addiction

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The Eurozone economic crisis, rising unemployment, the future of the NHS... it's fair to say that David Cameron has plenty on his plate at the moment.

So how does the Prime Minister unwind at the end of a long day of meetings?

Answering some light-hearted questions at the end of a long interview with School Report journalists at Downing St, Mr Cameron admitted he was a big fan of the hugely popular online app Angry Birds as a way of passing time on long journeys.

The Prime Minister was also quizzed on dancing in Downing St, whether he listens to his mum's advice and his views on horse riding...

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