While many famous faces have declared themselves fans of Twitter, David Cameron is clearly not as enamoured.
The Conservative leader has apologised for his use of bad language during a radio interview this week in which he expressed his views on the social networking website.
"The trouble with Twitter, the instantness of it – too many twits might make a t**t," he told laughing radio host Christian O'Connell.
Moments later, the 42-year-old sparked further controversy when he spoke about the expenses scandal. "The public are rightly, I think, p****d off."
He immediately apologised, saying: "Sorry I can't say that in the morning – angry with politicians."
While his aides have pointed out his first faux-pas is not recognised as a swear word under radio guidelines, he has nevertheless said sorry.
"You always have to be careful what you say," he later told Sky News. "If I've caused any offence I obviously regret that."
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