The way David Cameron watches Glastonbury has left everyone baffled

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Headline performances at Glastonbury have been known to send shivers down the spines of music fans across the nation.

So much so, in fact, David Cameron has to throw a few logs on the fire to warm himself up again.

At least, that's the only plausible explanation we can offer for the Prime Minister's description of how he watches the UK's favourite music festival.

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That's right. In the middle of the summer, the man who runs the country has claimed he will be sitting by a blazing fireside to watch the likes of Adele on TV.

It came during a Q&A session being hosted by Cameron with the yoof in Devon, as he appealed for them to vote to remain in the EU this June.

He was grilled by one person about why the referendum, scheduled for June 23, was being made to clash with Glasto.

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Needless to say, his bizarre viewing arrangements led to near-universal bafflement.

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Surely SamCam cannot be tolerating this.

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Leave campaigners found a way to be furious about the claims.

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If you're at Glastonbury this summer, dancing around in the sunshine, please spare a thought for the chilly Conservative leader in his apparently poorly insulated home.