David Cameron has revealed that exercising and delegating are the secrets to leading the country.
Speaking at a Q&A session in Mumbai today, he said: “In terms of how I try to keep body and soul together, I try to stay a little bit fit.
"So I try to go for a run a week, I try to play a game of tennis every week and I try not to go to bed too late.
"Like all these things, that doesn't always work, but the most important thing is to have a very good team around you to make sure you can delegate and have a team you can work with and get things done for you.”
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