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Old 03-25-2011, 08:24 AM
 
Location: Oxford, England
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I was amused to see an appartment for rent in the small town where I live near Oxford which is adjacent to David Cameron, our Prime Minister's constituency office ( he is our MP ( member of Parliament ) for West Oxfordshire as well as Prime Minister of Britain.

I could not believe that such a tiny office above a shop, in a small market town would also offer anyone the chance to live next to it. It seemed almost absurd, I simply cannot imagine Obama, Sarkozy, Merkel or Medvedev dealing with their local constituents in such modest surroundings. I suppose I find it quite quaint in a way but a little bizarre at the same time...

Fancy living above the PM's office? (From Witney Gazette)
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