Prime Minister David Cameron appeared on Free Radio during his visit to Birmingham this morning, chatting with Foxy & Giuliano.
The breakfast presenters interviewed the PM who lent his support to Stephen Sutton, the terminal bowel cancer patient at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. After the radio show, the Prime Minister also paid a private visit to Stephen at the hospital.
Speaking on air the Prime Minister said: “He is an amazing guy. When you watch his YouTube video it’s one of the most amazing things you will see. He is an inspiration. He is an inspirational Briton.”
The Prime Minister posed for a picture with John Fox and Giuliano Casadei, joining the likes of Jason Manford, Steve Coogan and Paul Whitehouse who over the last four weeks have been urging their Twitter followers to donate to the campaign using the hashtag #thumbsupforstephen.
Phil Riley, CEO of Orion Media: “We are absolutely thrilled that the Prime Minister was able to join us at Free Radio this morning, and are delighted that he posed for a picture with Foxy & Giuliano to help raise awareness of Stephen Sutton’s campaign.”
The Prime Minister dropped into the Free Radio studios on Broad Street, whilst he was in the Midlands to launch his UK and European election campaign. Listeners were also invited to tweet and email their questions to the PM.