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    Why did David Cameron drag his wife out in her heels for his resignation speech? Not sure a female leader would do this.
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    Why did David Cameron drag his wife out in her heels for his resignation speech? Not sure a female leader would do this.
    It was hard for him thats why, people have emotion energy that comes out from eyes, he hated that he had to resign and she was trying to keep it minimum... thats what you call a stable relationship
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    Why did David Cameron drag his wife out in her heels for his resignation speech? Not sure a female leader would do this.
    I believe it is standard to have your spouse there when you resign, win or leave, It wouldn't surprise me at all of Dennis was there when Thatcher resigned.
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    It seems pretty common for a spouse to be there at these sorts of things. For support if nothing else. It's not like he forced her
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    Perhaps your right, maybe there were some genuine sentiments here.
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    She is his wife...
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    Because he needed extra comfort and support because he is weak and a quitter.
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    (Original post by Zarek)
    Perhaps your right, maybe there were some genuine sentiments here.
    What is your point? Your views are very antiquated. Its perfectly normal for the spoise to be there when a PM is making an importnat speech, sich as taking or leaving office, winning an election etc.
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    Anyway she's a moose..
 
 
 
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