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# David Cameron

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British PM urged to apologise for 'one of the biggest injustices of the 20th century'
Commons finally agrees to put Hillsborough question to debate
Cameron rules out inquiry into 1989 murder of Belfast solicitor
UK: Four internet service providers to block access to porn sites
Obama intervenes over Eurozone debt crisis
Family of murdered solicitor Pat Finucane to meet British PM
Gaddafi wanted to be 'like the Queen of England'
Cameron under pressure from right wing over Britain's role in EU
Britain to legalise same-sex marriage
Cameron and Sarkozy visit Libya
Cameron and Sarkozy to visit Libya, says Libyan official
Cameron and Putin meet for talks during rare visit
Former executives challenge Murdochs' testimony
British intelligence inquiry to study Gaddafi links
Disbanding Scottish Conservative Party would 'damage the union'
Leaders meet to discuss Libya's next step as Gaddafi brothers differ over conflict
The Daily Fix: Thursday
The sports week in pictures
More than one thousand people now charged in London riots probe
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
David Cameron defends tough sentencing for rioters
MI5 called in to decrypt rioters' BlackBerry Messenger data
The Daily Fix: Monday
Cameron: Britain must tackle 'moral collapse'
Poll: Should governments be able to block social network users?
Student jailed for six months for looting a case of water in London
Cameron: "The fightback has well and truly begun"
'Vigilantes' protect areas of London as David Cameron feels pressure
Police probe: No evidence that Mark Duggan fired at officers
BlackBerry website hacked by anti-police 'hacktivist' group