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David Cameron sung a cheesy Benny Hill song to the audience at the Sky debate during an advert break

Last night, 105 lucky voters were serenaded — literally — by David Cameron. Along with Ed Miliband, the Conservative Party leader was at the Sky studios in London, to be grilled by Jeremy Paxman and take questions from a studio audience ahead of the General Election in May. Tasked with keeping the audience entertained during an advert break, Sky News host Kay Burley asked Cameron could sing.
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