PRIME Minister David Cameron has arrived in Northern Ireland for a pre-election visit.
It is part of the Conservative leader’s 24-hour tour of each part of the UK in the last 30 days before the General Election.
Mr Cameron has visited the set of hit US TV drama Game of Thrones, which is filmed in Belfast and other locations around Northern Ireland.
The HBO made Game of Thrones series is one of the biggest success stories in Northern Ireland’s growing film and TV industry.
The set is based in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, inside a former Harland and Wolff shipyard paint hall which has now been transformed into a TV studio.
Mr Cameron’s visit will take in locations from the show, including the White Wall, the Sept of Baelor and the Armory, where he will view some of the props used as weapons by the actors.