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June 12th, 2012
01:15 PM ET

British PM forgets daughter at pub, is he an unfit parent?

British prime minister David Cameron and his wife, Samantha left his 8-year-old daughter after visiting a pub. The English press went berserk and Cameron's staff worked hard to taper any backlash from an incident that happened 'a couple of months ago,' according to the pub's bartender.

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British prime minister and his wife leave daughter, 8, at a pub

British Prime Minister David Cameron thought his daughter Nancy was with her mom. Her mom, Samantha, thought the 8-year-old was with her dad.

In fact, they had left her behind at a pub about a mile from the prime minister's country residence, staff at the pub said.

"The prime minister and Samantha were distraught when they realized Nancy wasn't with them," Cameron's office said in a statement Monday. "Thankfully when they phoned the pub - she was there safe and well. The prime minister went down straight away to get her."

The incident happened "a couple of months ago," said a bartender at the Plough at Cadsden who declined to give his name.

It was reported widely in the British press Monday.

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  1. Marc Campbell

    What Bunk! How many kids get left in Airports, Disney, Casinos and Parks by parents that REALLY don't care?
    I hope we all can become the kind of parent the PM strives to be.

    June 12, 2012 at 5:15 pm | Reply

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