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The complete history of David Cameron's bizarre obsession with 1970s British comedian Benny Hill

Last night, 105 members of the British public got a rare treat: A recital of a crude 1950's comic song by the Prime Minister himself. David Cameron was at the Sky Studios to be grilled by Jeremy Paxman, followed by questions from a studio audience. During an advert break he mentioned to Sky News host Kay Burley his affection for long-dead British comedian Benny Hill — before, at her urging, reciting some of the ditty to the audience.
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