Cameron may have ridden Brooks's horse admits Downing St.

David Cameron could have gone riding on Rebekah Brooks's ex-police horse, Downing Street has admitted for the first time.

1st March, 2012
Cameron may have ridden Brooks's horse admits Downing St.
"Most of the Prime Minister’s meetings take place at rooms or at tables, and not on horseback,” said David Cameron's spokesman.

David Cameron could have gone riding on Rebekah Brooks's ex-police horse, Downing Street has admitted for the first time.

The disclosure raises questions about the closeness between the Prime Minister and Brooks, the former tabloid editor who quit as chief executive of News International at the height of the phone hacking scandal last summer, the *Daily Telegraph* reported.

It emerged this week that Brooks was lent a retired police horse by the Metropolitan Police for...

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