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Prime Minister David Cameron discusses Gloucestershire flooding at meeting with Gloucester City Council leader Paul James

By citizenmike  |  Posted: January 20, 2014

Prime Minister David Cameron meets Gloucester City Council leader Paul James at a Downing Street party

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Prime Minister David Cameron has been keeping tabs on the flooding in Gloucestershire.

At a Downing Street party for councillors, he asked Gloucester City Council leader Paul James how the county was coping with the recent floods.

The pair posed for a photo at the bash for council leaders on January 8.

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  • SELINA30  |  January 21 2014, 2:58PM

    How did the Citizen get hold of this photo?

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  • agaga  |  January 21 2014, 9:02AM

    Morecambe and Wise?

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  • Lecorche  |  January 20 2014, 4:17PM

    Dumb and Dumber? If Dave the Dumber isn't aware of the grief that this year's flooding is causing he needs to throw his hand in.

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  • maurice1941  |  January 20 2014, 3:20PM

    Another publicy stunt for James what can he do about floods what a pair of jokers why are they both smiling i remember when James tried to be a mp for Glos that was a joke ,still we have a joker in now Richard Graham

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  • Beekeeper  |  January 20 2014, 12:48PM

    What a loathsome pair. If Cameron is 'keeping tabs' on the flooding we can all relax I suppose.

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  • JemmyWood  |  January 20 2014, 12:44PM

    So to get this right... There was a free party at Downing Street that Paul James attended (paid for by us I assume) and in some party small talk and sucking up to Camoron, he was asked about the flooding.... not really caring less, lets be honest, as the Tory's have slashed the flood defence budget. A bit of a non-story.... more importantly, did Paul James claim any expenses for attending and if so - how much?

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  • cosmicc  |  January 20 2014, 12:39PM

    Always two there are - the master and the apprentice.

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