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28 October, 2014
It seems that Dean Farley, a hospital worker from Leeds, barged into the prime Minister, David Cameron, who was emerging from a speaking engagement.
My first thought was that he was probably protesting against unchecked immigration and the cost of belonging to the European Union and that it would do Mr Cameron good to meet a member of the general public.
Mr Farley - alright I'm guessing here - is not an Old Etonian.
However the truth was even better. Mr Farley, who surely has a future on the world stage, didn't know who Cameron was.