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Cameron sorry for radio swearing


Conservative leader David Cameron has apologised for using a four letter word during a radio interview about the social network website Twitter.

Mr Cameron made the remark while talking to Christian O'Connell on Absolute Radio. He later said he regretted if the slip had caused any offence.

Broadcast regulator Ofcom said it had not received any complaints about the interview.


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