"I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about."
"I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about."

It is becoming increasingly clear that David Cameron might not be the most tech-savvy of politicians.

This morning, the prime minister posted a picture of himself at 10 Downing Street with a group of children who he explained were learning something called "coding".

His exact reasoning for using inverted commas on coding is unclear. Perhaps he thought it was a trendy slang term, or a new website for young people.

Last week his firm entrenchment in middle-age was laid bare. When being introduced to a group of digital journalists, the prime minister said: "I'm 48, what's the BuzzFeed?"

As David Cameron points out: "Understanding computing is vital for our economic future."

We suppose it's lucky we have him as our prime minister...

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