The Prime Minister has been in the West today ahead of local elections.
The Prime Minister paid a visit to the Morrisons distribution centre in Bridgwater. Deputy Nick Clegg and the Deputy Leader of the Labour Party Harriet Harman were elsewhere in the region, urging us to choose them on Thursday.
A signed sketch by David Cameron is being auctioned online to raise money for schemes at the Eden Project in Cornwall. The sale also includes artwork by the actress Joanna Lumley and lyrics signed by the composer Sir Tim Rice.
The Prime Minister David Cameron has given his backing to the creation of Police Commissioners to run the West Country's police forces. His message in an exclusive interview with ITV Westcountry's Bob Constantine comes just two weeks before the poll to elect the first Commissioners for the region.
Prime Minister takes part in Plymouth reading project
A reading by the Prime Minister that aims to introduce the 161-year-old novel Moby-Dick to a new generation goes live to the world today. David Cameron has voiced chapter 30 of the classic American novel as part of The Moby-Dick Big Read, a project hosted by Peninsula Arts at Plymouth University.
He is amongst a number of stars, including Stephen Fry, Tilda Swinton, Benedict Cumberbatch and Sir David Attenborough, that has jumped on board the ambitious project to broadcast all 135 chapters of Herman Melvile's novel over 135 days.
Since Swinton took on the novel's opening, Call me Ishmael, on September 16, the website has been visited by almost half a million people, placing it in the iTunes podcast charts on both sides of the Atlantic.
Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha braved this weekend's wet weather as they enjoyed the bank holiday in Cornwall.
The couple visited a beach-front cafe in the village of Polzeath, where they shared a bowl of mussels on the terrace. The pair are said to be holidaying until next weekend, although the PM will be in London for the opening ceremony of the Paralympic Games on Wednesday.
The Prime Minister says the government is going ahead with George Osborne's controversial 'pasty tax'. Stephen Gilbert, the MP for St Austell and Newquay pressed David Cameron on the 20% VAT increase in Prime Minister Questions earlier today.