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Monday 6 February 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Cameron

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# Louisiana
'Extremely dangerous' Hurricane Laura reaches Louisiana with wind speeds of 240 km/hr
Videos on social media already show the damage from the storm.
# Cameron
170 jobs to go at Co Longford factory
Cameron Ireland Ltd has said “with great regret” that manufacturing, assembly and test activities at its Longford plant are “potentially” set to cease.
# Inner Circle
Theresa May won't intervene after David Cameron recommends honours for "old boys' network"
Under British law, an outgoing Prime Minister is entitled to recommend honours for individuals.
# the short goodbye
'I was the future once': Cameron echoes own comments to Blair in last parliament session
“I will watch these exchanges from the back benches,” Cameron said. “I will miss the roar of the crowd.”
# Brexit
Obama tells Britain it would be "back of the queue" if it leaves the EU
Obama said Britain was “at its best when it is helping to lead a strong Europe”.
# should I stay...
Lots done, more to do: Cameron 'Brexit' talks went on all night
“I think it may be longer than they think,” Taoiseach Enda Kenny said.
Voices
The countdown is on for the UK general election – and Fine Gael and Labour should pay attention
This election will prove a relevant comparison to next year’s general election in Ireland.
# voters
UKIP set to win second UK parliament seat
The polls close at 10pm tonight.
# Westminster
Britain's first Ukip MP has been sworn in - and he looks pretty happy about it
Douglas Carswell defected from Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservatives and was re-elected in his old seat.
# busy enough day
Ukraine president to brief Western leaders before Welsh Nato summit
Meanwhile, Obama and Cameron have vowed to destroy Islamic State in the Middle East.
# Donetsk
West warns Russia against further faux aid missions into Ukraine
Ukraine also reported that several of its positions were still coming under mortar fire from Russian territory.
# Prime fight
Cameron not backing down from EU showdown over Junker vote
The British Prime Minister is expected to force a vote on the issue as EU leaders meet today.
# leader battle
Taoiseach supports Juncker saying he is a strong candidate for presidency
Enda Kenny denied reports that he is tipped as a backup for EC chief role saying Juncker is the EPP’s formal candidate.
# legs out
8 unbelievably dull pictures of David Cameron on his holidays
Slow news day. No, really.
# Let's Get Together
Taoiseach Enda Kenny to meet Prime Minister David Cameron in the UK
While in the UK, Kenny will also attend the Champ St Patrick’s Day Reception in Westminster.
# will he stay or go
Cameron orders review of secret IRA deal after Peter Robinson’s resignation threat
The Northern Ireland Assembly is to be recalled tomorrow to discuss Peter Robinson’s concerns about protection for IRA suspects.
# UK
More flooding expected after the River Thames burst its banks yesterday
More severe weather is expected to hit flooded areas in the UK today.
# garth crooks
Irish parents play the cruellest Garth Brooks prank on 10-year-old son
Look at his face crumbling. Poor dote.
# No deal
Kenny and Cameron unite in ‘disappointment’ after failure of Haass talks
Both leaders discussed the matter this morning and urged all sides to focus on the common ground agreed during the process.
# Syria
Only regime could have carried out chemical attack, French intel report states
Intelligence officials say the 21 August attack “could only have been ordered and carried out by the regime”.
Voices
Column: We need education about porn, not censorship
While pornography can create dangerous misconceptions about sex, shutting down all such exploration only reinforces the notion that sex is something dirty and shameful, writes Genevieve Shanahan.
Voices
Column: Could Leveson affect press freedom in Ireland?
Leveson’s recommendations on data protection have been largely overlooked – but could have serious implications even here, writes Seamus Dooley.
# iTory
iPrime Minister: David Cameron to get his own iPad app
What would you get the Prime Minister who has everything? Well his own app of course…
# EU debate
Cameron faces revolt - even as motion to hold EU referendum fails
More than 80 Tory MPs defied the British Prime Minister’s direction to vote down a motion calling for a referendum on EU membership yesterday.
# queen's visit
Cameron to follow Queen on Irish visit next week
David Cameron will visit Ireland next Wednesday, meeting Enda Kenny and attending the Queen’s Conference Centre bash.
# Special Relationship
Cameron says Lockerbie release was down to Scotland
PM shifts blame to Scottish authorities while on Washington visit.