David Cameron has cast his vote in the General Election which he hopes will see him move into 10 Downing Street.

Accompanied by his pregnant wife Samantha, the Tory leader was the first of the three main party leaders to vote.

He smiled at reporters and photographers but made no comment as he went into the polling station at Spelsbury Memorial Hall.

Asked on his way out how he was feeling, he said: "Good, thanks. I am feeling good, I will leave it at that."

Mr Cameron, who was earlier spotted carrying eggs from a local farm to his home nearby, was asked if he had been making omelettes.

"I was and I broke some eggs," he told waiting reporters.

The couple had hoped to cast their vote earlier but their arrival was delayed on security advice after two men, one dressed in a blazer and boater, unfurled a large banner above the doorway of the hall with the slogan "Britons know your place. Vote Eton - vote Tory". The two men later came down peacefully.

Mr and Mrs Cameron arrived under grey skies but avoided the earlier showers in the small Oxfordshire village.

The Tory leader wore a green tie and a white shirt while his wife was in a purple Emilia Wickstead dress and Next shoes.

Oscar-winning actor Sir Ben Kingsley was among other locals who ignored the protesters on the way into the polling station to cast their votes, in front of dozens of photographers and cameramen awaiting Mr Cameron's arrival.