When Boris Met Dave

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When Boris Met Dave is a 2009 docu-drama which investigates the shared past of David Cameron and Boris Johnson who, at the time of broadcast, were two of Britain's most influential Conservative Party politicians – Cameron as Conservative leader and Johnson as Mayor of London. The film features interviews with people who knew Cameron and Johnson both at Eton College and Oxford where they were both members of the Bullingdon Club.[1] The programme also looks at Johnson's campaign to become president of the Oxford Union and dramatises some of the other key events of their student days. The film was first broadcast on More4 on 7 October 2009 and was later repeated on Channel 4.

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Interviews were conducted with numerous individuals including Oxford alumni who attended the university with Cameron and Johnson and contemporary political commentators. The list includes;

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