Prime Minister David Cameron denied turning down a phone call from American President Barack Obama during a tennis match with his friend Charlie Brooks. Asked by political correspondent Libby Wiener whether he was too busy "chillaxing" to take the call, Mr Cameron said:
"I have never turned down a phone call from the American President, and if I was really interested in chillaxing, what am I doing leading a business delegation to Brazil?"
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