The Status Quo frontman, who hopes the new PM will "share a drop with Mr Clegg and the gang", is the new Chairman of Glen Rossie - bottles of which he'd had on his tour bus for the last decade - having acquired a significant minority stake earlier this year.
Bottle No 10, signed and numbered by Francis, was sent along with a letter to the new PM this week in which Francis said: "To toast your success, please have a wee dram on me."
In a nod to Mr Cameron's challenges heading up a new political team, Francis added: "For my day job I've been keeping a band together for 45 years, which certainly isn't easy, even when you play lead guitar. But a chat with the chaps over a sturdy Scotch can certainly help."
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