Conservative Party Leader David Cameron appears on tonight’s edition of BBC One’s Friday Night with Jonathan Ross.
Among the issues discussed with Ross is the plan to offer all Londoners a say in the selection of the Tory Mayoral candidate which was announced earlier this month.
Cameron tells Ross that the new procedure is part of his desire “to open up politics.”
“Anyone can apply to be a Conservative candidate for Mayor of London. Everyone in London can vote for who our candidate should be.”
The two also discuss some of the serious issues affecting the nation including drugs on which Cameron says “much more emphasis on treatment is the key.
If you get addicts off the street it helps to collapse the market. The other key is education.”
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, 10.45pm, 23 June 2006, BBC ONE