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Holiday Reads: What Are Cameron, Miliband, Clegg And Farage Packing In Their Suitcases This Summer?

Posted at 9:11PM Sunday 27 Jul 2014

Light holiday reading is a concept lost on Britain's political leaders as they reveal the heavy tomes they intend to pack in their suitcases this summer.

David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed MIliband are taking books about war, lies and politics on holiday, while Nigel Farage plans to spend his time on a sun lounger devouring two books about the European Union.

Asked to provide five books they planned to get through this summer Mr Cameron, Mr Clegg and Mr Farage did so. Mr Miliband suggested just three.

Telegraph




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