David Cameron made an early morning trip to a supermarket in Hayes yesterday along with Labour MP Harriet Harman.
Sadly this wasn’t the start to an episode of The Thick Of It or an Odd Couple-style sitcom. The unlikely duo couldn’t even buy anything, as the shop was shut. The Prime Minister and MP were actually there to talk about Brexit. After a mosey down the cereal aisle before the store opened for the day, Mr Cameron warned that the cost of the weekly shop will rise by almost 3% if Britain left the EU. He claims a vote to leave the EU would mean the average family would pay out an extra £123 a year on food and drink, while an extra £98 would be spent on clothes and footwear.