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David Cameron's old tutor at Oxford, Vernon Bogdanor, still sends him emails criticising his work, the Prime Minister revealed to a group of students in China.
Mr Cameron was speaking to students at Shanghai University, where he was quizzed on the UK's new rules for student visas.
London and the South East have the best Universities for budding politicians, the most exciting student nightlife is up north, and Oxford and Cambridge were amongst the best for arts, research has found.
A report from Which? rated Universities based on five extra-curricular activities - creative arts, politics, student union activities and nightlife - and quizzed 16,000 undergraduates on how their schools were doing.
Oxford and Cambridge did will as breeding grounds for wannabe politicians and artists, but came in low on the list of sporty Universities.
Unsurprisingly, Loughborough - known for its sports facilities - was considered among the best sporty universities, alongside institutions such as Durham, Bath and Birmingham.
Speaking to Cherwell.org Mahmood Naji, who organised the debate condemned the walkout, and added:
At no point during my email exchange with Mr Galloway's secretary was Eylon's nationality ever brought up or mentioned, nor do I expect to have to tell the speaker what his opponent's nationality is.