David Cameron said he has pledged to Boris Johnson to change strike laws, introducing a threshold on union ballots.
During a game of table football at the skills centre in Harrow, Mr Cameron made a cheeky reference to Chelsea footballer Ashley Cole after it was confirmed the veteran left-back had been left out of England's World Cup squad.
"That was the Ashley Cole special," he quipped after the Mayor scored an own goal while in control of the blue team's defence.
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David Cameron will be campaigning in Harrow today. The Prime Minister will be joining local Conservative candidates for the council elections on the campaign trail.
David Cameron planted poppy seeds with London schoolchildren today as he helped launch the Royal British Legion's poppy campaign.
The charity will send every school in the country free poppy seeds to plant in a bid to raise children's awareness of the conflict.
The prime minister spoke with pupils from Cathedral Primary School in Southwark as he helped plant the seeds in the Downing Street garden.
David Cameron has labelled next week's planned Tube strike as "completely unjustified and unacceptable".
The RMT union has called five days of strike action amid an ongoing row over Tube ticket office closures.
Talks between London Undergorund and the RMT have so far failed to find a resolution and avert the strike.
“Next week’s Tube strike is completely unjustified and unacceptable," the Prime Minister told the Evening Standard.
“It will hit millions of hard-working families across the capital and cause chaos for businesses. Ed Miliband must make clear he condemns this strike without reservation.”
I want him to get back in Parliament. I think he's great. It's a bit like football - if you have got a great striker you want him on the pitch.
It's up to him. He can complete as Mayor, or he can stay on as Mayor and come back to the House. I want him on the team.
Following mounting speculation about Boris Johnson wanting to become prime minister David Cameron said:
It wouldn't be a great job to have if people didn't want it. There is nothing ignoble about wanting my job.
David Cameron has made a plea for Boris Johnson to return to Parliament and run in the next election. The Prime Minister said it is up to the Mayor of London whether he completes his term in City Hall, but wants him "on the team".
David Cameron was speaking in an interview with comedian James Corden, who was guest Editor of The Sun. Running in the next election is "what I think" Mr Johnson should do, Mr Cameron said.