12:29 20 August 2013
UK PM David Cameron, who has been on holiday to Jura, Scotland, has said he is suffering a “phenomenally bad back”.
When it comes to the sport of deerstalking Mr. Cameron suggested it is “probably one of the most defendable” of field sports. He said he has not given up deerstalking because of some individuals objecting to it.
Mr. Cameron said: “I find now I'd rather go for a walk and this year I've got a phenomenally bad back so I really don't think I'll be able to crawl.
“It's a lot of crawling through the heather sometimes for a very, very long time.”
It is understood that Mr. Cameron has a protruding disc that might require a painkilling injection.
Mr. Cameron said: “I have had a scan so I know what it is, it's a protruding disc. I could have got this injection last week but I just thought I'll wait and give it a little bit of time. So we'll just see if it eases up a bit.”
He added that: “When you get into your mid 40s stuff like this starts to happen. It’s all in good nick, but this thing has happened, which is a bore.”
Mr. Cameron also stated that he enjoys horse-riding although not “bare chested”.
Jura, an island, is situated in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland.
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