Cameron in the News during whistle-stop Black Country tour

Dudley News reporter Martyn Smith (left) with editor Paul Walker, Halesowen MP James Morris and David Cameron in the newsroom

Dudley News reporter Martyn Smith (left) with editor Paul Walker, Halesowen MP James Morris and David Cameron in the newsroom

First published in News

PRIME Minister David Cameron visited the Dudley News during his whistle-stop tour of the West Midlands.

Mr Cameron took a look around the Newsquest Midlands newsroom in Stourbridge which is home to the Dudley News, taking time for a chat with reporter Martyn Smith about this week’s edition of the paper.

Following the visit today (July 7), Newsquest Midlands South group editor Paul Walker said: “It was an honour to have the Prime Minister visit our newsroom and see our operation for himself.”

Mr Cameron was in the Black Country for a visit to Halesowen College to announce the Government's Growth Fund scheme which will see millions of pounds pumped into the Black Country to improve the local economy.

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