Tomorrow sees the publication of Cameron on Cameron; a book edited by David Cameron and GQ’s Dylan Jones.

The Telegraph’s Rosa Prince has been reading through her advance copy and gives us this nugget from David Cameron:

"I was on my bike the other day and this white van had been following me, stopping and starting. I got rather nervous about it so I turned down a road I don’t normally go down, and I slowed down and sort of pulled in behind a line of parked cars and as this van drove by this hand came out and just bashed me in the back with the aim of pushing me in front of the car. Luckily I managed to put the brakes on."

Ms Prince also notes Mr Cameron’s low opinion of Nick Clegg:

"Asked for his favourite "political joke," Mr Cameron says: "Nick Clegg, at the moment."

The Mail on Sunday published an extended extract from the book earlier today.  We learnt that David Cameron is a fan of the hit BBC comedy Gavin and Stacey.  He’s particularly keen on Stacey.  Amen.  Here’s a taste of the tidy comedy…

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