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# David Cameron

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A bromance continues: David Cameron and Barack Obama
The British Prime Minister is in the US for a three-day visit.
McIlroy to have dinner with Obama and Cameron at White House tonight
It’s black-tie this evening but it was hot dogs at a hoops game last night for the British and US leaders.
Cameron rejects call for Olympic boycott
David Cameron claims Olympic sponsor Dow Chemical bears no responsibility for either the Bhopal gas disaster or mismanaged efforts to decontaminate the Indian region.
Could wolf-whistling be outlawed in Ireland?
It was suggested last week that wolf-whistling could be banned in the UK – but it appears that the controversy emerged from a Council of Europe convention on violence against women. Ireland is currently studying its recommendations.
Kenny and Cameron to issue statement on British-Irish relations
The Taoiseach is travelling to London today for his St Patrick’s Day visit to Downing Street.
Taoiseach urged to press Cameron on Troubles legacy
Enda Kenny is due to travel to London tomorrow for meetings with the UK prime minister.
Details of hostages' last days emerge amid UK and Italian diplomatic row
Briton Chris McManus and Italian Franco Lamolinara died in a botched rescue attempt in north-western Nigeria yesterday. Italy’s president accused Britain of an “inexplicable” failure to consult with Italy over the mission.
Kidnapped engineers killed during failed rescue attempt in Nigeria
David Cameron has confirmed the deaths of the Briton and Italian who were kidnapped in May while working on a construction project.
Shutdown: UK’s media watchdog closed in wake of phone hacking scandal
The Press Complaints Commission will be replaced with an interim body before a radically different regulator is set up in the wake of the Leveson inquiry.
Morrissey weighs in on Falklands debate
The former Smiths frontman told Argentinian fans that the islands “belong” to them.
Cameron admits: I did ride Rebekah Brooks's ex-police horse
The revelation comes after days of speculation about the British prime minister’s relationship with the former News International executive and her former police horse.
Did David Cameron ride the ex-police horse that was lent to Rebekah Brooks?
A report indicates that it might well have happened, raising new questions about the British prime minister’s relationship with the former News International executive who resigned over phone hacking.
By royal appointment: Queen Elizabeth to open London Games
The royal couple will perform the ceremonial role at the 80,000-seat Olympic Stadium when the games begin on 27 July.
Watch: British government minister heckled over reforms to health service
One woman took Andrew Lansley to task over his proposals to reform Britain’s National Health Service.
Caption competition: David Cameron eats porridge in Scotland
Please Sir, can I have some more?
Cameron to hold talks on Scottish independence
Cameron will travel to Scotland on Thursday for a meeting with the country’s First Minister Alex Salmond about Scottish independence.
Argentina accuses UK of sending nuclear sub to Falkland Islands
Argentina says Britain has deployed a nuclear sub, the Vanguard, to guard the islands; Britain has refused to comment.
Argentina to lodge UN complaint today as UK denies 'militarisation' of Falklands
There are growing tensions between the two nations ahead of the 30th anniversary of the Falklands War.
Argentina to complain to UN over UK 'militarisation' in Falklands region
There has been increasing tensions between the two countries over the disputed islands in recent months.
Here's what European leaders might be wearing at their 'informal' summit
Today’s European Council summit is described as an ‘informal meeting’. So might leaders shed their suits for some casual threads?
Column: Cardinal Rules - On playing the blame game at Davos
This week, the (not) Primate of All Ireland brings us all the gossip from behind the scenes at the World Economic Forum where he was on the “non-tokenistic spiritual sub-committee”.
Explainer: What's going on in the Falkland Islands?
Tensions are rising between Argentina and the UK over a group of tiny islands in the South Atlantic Ocean but why?
Salmond announces 'clear' question for referendum on Scottish independence
…and voters will have plenty of time to think about their response: he says he’ll hold the referendum in the autumn of 2014.
Too much info? British PM remembers 'every minute' of honeymoon
Did we really need to know that?
Former Belfast mayor calls for end to 'shifty' handshakes
Tom Ekin has asked Northern Ireland’s leaders to reflect on how they shake hands as current practice could be sending out the wrong message.
Family of Pat Finucane begins legal challenge
“Clearly we have a difference of opinion here” – the Taoiseach discussing the possibility of a public inquiry into the murder with the British PM yesterday.
Read: Full text of Enda Kenny's speech on Ireland's future
The EU, the bailout and the banks – here’s what the Taoiseach had to say…
UK deputy prime minister to visit Áras an Uachtaráin
Nick Clegg will meet with President Michael D Higgins during a visit to Dublin tomorrow.
Taoiseach to meet Cameron over EU issues
Enda Kenny is meeting David Cameron today for the first time since Britian’s recent veto on changes to the EU treaty to discuss issues of ‘common interest’.
Latest draft of EU deal raises further questions of Irish referendum
Even if Ireland does not need a referendum on ratifying the deal this year, one may be required later in the decade.
Scotland insists it has mandate for independence referendum in 2014
And it wants to hold it on its own terms, defying the wishes of the UK government in Wesminster which wants the vote to be held sooner.
David Cameron may be called to face Leveson Inquiry
The prime minister, his predecessor, and the opposition leader are all expected to be called, the London Times has reported.
'Merkozy' to meet after French issue ultimatum on transaction tax
Nicolas Sarkozy has warned that France will go it alone with the controversial ‘Tobin tax’ if agreement is not reached.
A week of gaffes for British politicians
David Cameron himself is the latest to have to apologise for an ill-advised and offensive remark.
13 fabulously cringetastic moments of the year
Politicians in particular excelled at making a show of themselves – even when they are not intending to.
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…