Prime Minister David Cameron shown the whiskey stills of Bushmills Distillery by manager Colum Egan (left) and Chairman David Gosnell during his visit to Bushmills distillery in Co Antrim as he continues a tour of the UK setting out the case for staying in the European Union.
RMG8PHXNPrime Minister David Cameron shown the whiskey stills of Bushmills Distillery by manager Colum Egan (left) and Chairman David Gosnell during his visit to Bushmills distillery in Co Antrim as he continues a tour of the UK setting out the case for staying in the European Union.
David Cameron , Prime Minister, visits the Royal Welsh Show in Llanelwedd in Mid Wales, where he is shown around by the Welsh Secretary of State Steph
RF2C7J334David Cameron , Prime Minister, visits the Royal Welsh Show in Llanelwedd in Mid Wales, where he is shown around by the Welsh Secretary of State Steph
Prime Minister David Cameron is shown some of the products during a visit to Martin's Rubber in Southampton.
RMG7KTFHPrime Minister David Cameron is shown some of the products during a visit to Martin's Rubber in Southampton.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is shown around a house that was raided earlier in the day by Immigration officers, in Southall, west London December 18, 2013.  REUTERS/David Bebber/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
RM2E5GMY1Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is shown around a house that was raided earlier in the day by Immigration officers, in Southall, west London December 18, 2013. REUTERS/David Bebber/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
Prime Minister David Cameron is shown around Halesowen College by student Amy Dudfield during his visit to the West Midlands.
RMG75NYAPrime Minister David Cameron is shown around Halesowen College by student Amy Dudfield during his visit to the West Midlands.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is shown a remote-controlled improvised explosive device (IED) detection unit, during his visit to Camp Bastion in Helmand province, Afghanistan June 29, 2013. Cameron flew into Afghanistan on Saturday to try to reinvigorate stalled peace talks with the Taliban and reassure Afghans that foreign troops will not cut and run next year.  REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool    (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
RM2CX0J7GBritain's Prime Minister David Cameron is shown a remote-controlled improvised explosive device (IED) detection unit, during his visit to Camp Bastion in Helmand province, Afghanistan June 29, 2013. Cameron flew into Afghanistan on Saturday to try to reinvigorate stalled peace talks with the Taliban and reassure Afghans that foreign troops will not cut and run next year. REUTERS/Leon Neal/pool (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
Prime Minister David Cameron is shown oats by Master Miller Dave Mackay (right) during a visit to the Quaker Oats site at Cupar in Scotland.
RMG4Y1JHPrime Minister David Cameron is shown oats by Master Miller Dave Mackay (right) during a visit to the Quaker Oats site at Cupar in Scotland.
British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) talks to Australian World War Two veteran Murray Maxton in Australia's House of Representatives chamber at Parliament House in Canberra November 14, 2014. Cameron, who had just finished addressing both houses of parliament, met Maxton and his brother Eric (not shown) who served in the same bomber crew of 460 Squadron during the World War Two. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
RM2CYCR66British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) talks to Australian World War Two veteran Murray Maxton in Australia's House of Representatives chamber at Parliament House in Canberra November 14, 2014. Cameron, who had just finished addressing both houses of parliament, met Maxton and his brother Eric (not shown) who served in the same bomber crew of 460 Squadron during the World War Two. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS)
Prime Minister David Cameron is shown around the home of the Chinese author and poet Du Fu in Chengdu today, as part of his three day visit to China.
RMG6K86YPrime Minister David Cameron is shown around the home of the Chinese author and poet Du Fu in Chengdu today, as part of his three day visit to China.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (2nd L) is shown the laundry room, during his visit to Wormwood Scrubs Prison in west London October 22, 2012. Cameron sought to draw a line under a torrid period for his Conservative Party on Monday, promising a 'tough but intelligent' approach to crime that supporters hope will steady the government after a series of blunders.    REUTERS/Paul Hackett  (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
RM2D0ETCEBritain's Prime Minister David Cameron (2nd L) is shown the laundry room, during his visit to Wormwood Scrubs Prison in west London October 22, 2012. Cameron sought to draw a line under a torrid period for his Conservative Party on Monday, promising a 'tough but intelligent' approach to crime that supporters hope will steady the government after a series of blunders. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
Prime Minister David Cameron is shown around the Golden Temple at Amritsar in Punjab, India, during the last day of a three day visit to the country.
RMG5WN00Prime Minister David Cameron is shown around the Golden Temple at Amritsar in Punjab, India, during the last day of a three day visit to the country.
U.S. President Barack Obama makes a comment as British Prime Minister David Cameron (not shown) listens during a joint press conference in East Room of the White House in Washington, DC on May 13, 2013.   The two world leaders discussed the Syria situation and other world and domestic issues.   UPI/Pat Benic
RMW0H400U.S. President Barack Obama makes a comment as British Prime Minister David Cameron (not shown) listens during a joint press conference in East Room of the White House in Washington, DC on May 13, 2013. The two world leaders discussed the Syria situation and other world and domestic issues. UPI/Pat Benic
Prime Minister David Cameron is shown a map of the area by Major Jim Skelton during a visit to Camp Bastion in the southern Helmand province, Afghanistan.
RMG66WNPPrime Minister David Cameron is shown a map of the area by Major Jim Skelton during a visit to Camp Bastion in the southern Helmand province, Afghanistan.