British Politician's Bicycle Makes Headlines

Britain's Conservative party leader, David Cameron, could be the country's next prime minister. Until then, there's this headline: The tabloid Sunday Mirror found Cameron's bicycle, stolen while he was at the grocery store. The bike has made headlines before — when Cameron was photographed while violating traffic rules.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne. The leader of Britain's Conservative Party, David Cameron, could be the country's next prime minister, but until he makes that headline, here's this: The tabloid Sunday Mirror found Cameron's bicycle stolen while he was in the grocery store. The man who helped track the bike down happens to be a staunch supporter of Cameron's rival party. The bike has made headlines before, when its rider, Mr. Cameron, was photographed violating traffic rules. It's MORNING EDITION.

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