David Cameron has visited Maidenhead this morning to speak to business men and women.
The Prime Minister took part in a PM Direct question and answer session at Intuit UK in Stafferton Way, which lasted just under an hour.
He spoke on topics ranging from the European Union to fashion and young enterprise, making jokes about the traffic in Maidenhead and the British weather.
More than a 100 people of a variety of ages packed the room along with television cameras and journalists to listen.
Mr Cameron told the gathering he believed 2012 would be a 'great year' for the country, with both the Olympics and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee coming up.
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