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Prime Minister David Cameron travelled to Swindon yesterday where he toured Honda's manufacturing plant, met with Honda directors and held a one hour Q&A session with 200 Honda associates. During his two hour visit he saw the latest model Jazz in production as well as some of the robotics welding technology installed on the production line. Mr. Cameron said his one regret since becoming PM was that "his beautiful CR-V" is sitting unused outside Downing Street as he cannot drive for security reasons. Available video includes general views of Honda plant in Swindon and Honda CR-V, as well as still images.
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