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This peculiar bit of footage of Chancellor George Osborne has emerged, with him looking a bit “spaced out”
He was caught off guard pulling a disturbing face as he campaigned with Zac Goldsmith ahead of today’s London Mayoral elections.
Mr Osborne has lost all control of his face while the cameras were on him before. During Prime Minister’s Questions in November 2014, he famously spent the session looking rather spaced out.
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