Revealed: the person who David Cameron says is his No. 2 - and it's not Nick Clegg or George Osborne
He even went to a comprehensive school...
David Cameron had some bad news today for Nick Clegg and George Osborne.
He named the Foreign Secretary, William Hague, as the second most important member of his administration - and not his Liberal Democrat deputy or the Chancellor.
The Prime Minister revealed his pecking order when he was questioned in a radio interview about the number of Old Etonians now working in Downing Street.
Mr Cameron insisted he was surrounded by people from all sorts of backgrounds.
He said: "Let's look at the Government. I mean the second most important person in the Government is the Foreign Secretary, my effective deputy leader of the Conservative party… William Hague was at a Yorkshire comprehensive."
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