During the biggest political crisis of his life, David Cameron is leading a trade delegation to South Africa. Does he have his priorities right? Cast your vote in our snap poll.
Prime Minister David Cameron is leading a trade delegation to South Africa during what is probably the biggest political crisis of his career.
The trade mission to South Africa is no doubt important for British enterprise. But should the Prime Minister have sent a deputy, allowing him to focus on the hacking scandal?
We ask whether David Cameron has his priorities right. Vote in our poll:
Should David Cameron have gone to South Africa?
Poll is now closed.
- Yes, promoting UK business should be his number one priority. 61.11%
- No, he should be overseeing the hacking crisis. 38.89%
And don't forget you can also add your comments below. Should promoting UK enterprise be David Cameron's number one priority at all times? Or should he be focusing on the hacking crisis? We want to hear your views!
Picture source - @RajDey (follow him on Twitter for updates on the trade mission)