David Cameron Praises Star Wars, During Prime Minister's Question Time
Prime Minister David Cameron is currently engaged in Prime Minister's Question Time in the House Of Commons. After batting away a question from Douglas Carswell MP who switched earlier this year from Cameron's Conservative Party to UKIP.
After that, Oliver Downden MP asked Cameron,
Oliver Downden: The triumphant Star Wars saga began life at Elstree Studios in my constituency, which continues to produce hits such as The Kings Speech and Suffragette.
Speaker: Order! Order! The gentlemen is banging on very eloquently about Star Wars and I want to hear it.
Oliver Downdan: Will the Prime Minister join me in pledging support for our thriving Britis film industry making such a in valuable social, cultural and economic contribution in Hartsmere and across the United Kingdom.
David Cameron: I thank my honourable friend raises a very important point cause this is not only very exciting for children and I have to say quite a lot of parents who are looking forward to this film, but this is a film being made in Britain, with many British actors with some brilliant British technicians showing the strength of the British film industry and I would say this but also backed by the British government and British taxpayers, with the excellent resources that we provide and let me just say to my honourable friend as I've worked with him for so many years, in so many different ways, I know that he will never join the Dark Side
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