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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# David Cameron

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Cameron rules out inquiry into 1989 murder of Belfast solicitor
The British government rules out an inquiry into the murder of Pat Finucane, after his family met with David Cameron today.
UK: Four internet service providers to block access to porn sites
As part of a government bid to tackle the sexualisation of children, some the UK’s main ISPs will automatically block access to sites showing sexually explicit imagery – unless customers specifically request to be able to view pornography.
Obama intervenes over Eurozone debt crisis
The US president urged British and French leaders to take decisive action, amid growing unease over debt levels.
Family of murdered solicitor Pat Finucane to meet British PM
Finucane’s wife and children are calling for an independent public inquiry into the death of the human rights solicitor in Belfast
Gaddafi wanted to be 'like the Queen of England'
An investigation into the six-month campaign to overthrow the now fugitive Colonel has revealed his desperate attempts to retain some semblance of control.
Cameron under pressure from right wing over Britain's role in EU
The Prime Minister is fending off demands to scrap the Human Rights Act, and also to hold a referendum on membership of the EU.
Britain to legalise same-sex marriage
The British Government is to legislate for equal civil marriage for same-sex couples before the next General Election in 2015.
Cameron and Sarkozy visit Libya
The leaders of France and Britain are travelling to Libya today to welcome country’s new rulers – however fighting is still continuing between NTC forces and Gaddafi loyalists.
Cameron and Sarkozy to visit Libya, says Libyan official
The British and French leaders are expected in Libya tomorrow, an Libyan official told the Associated Press.
Cameron and Putin meet for talks during rare visit
The British PM is in Moscow for talks aimed at rebuilding relations between the two countries.
Former executives challenge Murdochs' testimony
Four former News International executives have given testimony to the British Parliament’s media committee today that contradicts the Murdochs’ version of events in relation to the phone hacking scandal.
British intelligence inquiry to study Gaddafi links
Documents found after rebels took Tripoli have shown cooperation between British and US intelligence operatives and Gaddafi’s regime.
Disbanding Scottish Conservative Party would 'damage the union'
Proposals by the favourite to be the next leader of the Scottish Conservatives to disband the party in that country have been met with a mixed reaction.
Leaders meet to discuss Libya's next step as Gaddafi brothers differ over conflict
Saif al-Islam and Saadi Gaddafi has words of defiance and acceptance last night as world leaders will focus on the future of Libya in Paris today.
The Daily Fix: Thursday
Catch up on the day’s biggest stories and the bits and pieces you may have missed…
The sports week in pictures
From euphoric celebrations to pint-swilling politicians, join us for a look back at the most striking sporting images from the last seven days.
More than one thousand people now charged in London riots probe
A significant milestone is hit amid concern about sentences being handed down for those who did and didn’t actually take part in the rioting and looting.
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
All the things you may have missed: Calls for Leaving Cert reform, Dublin’s Catholics could face a ‘church levy’, a bad day at work for someone in CityJet, and when Tom Waits met Cookie Monster…
David Cameron defends tough sentencing for rioters
Meanwhile, police in London say they have charged 1,000 people in relation to last week’s rioting and looting.
MI5 called in to decrypt rioters' BlackBerry Messenger data
The Guardian says the UK’s electronic interception centre has also been asked to try and find those responsible for starting riots.
The Daily Fix: Monday
In your fix today: Dublin Fire Brigade faces a staff crisis, the regal origins of the Laois bog body, the girl who sleeps 23 hours a day, and what it’s like to see snow for the first time…
Cameron: Britain must tackle 'moral collapse'
David Cameron insists “social problems that have been festering for decades” in Britain must be tackled head-on, while the Opposition has called for a full public inquiry into the cause of the riots.
Poll: Should governments be able to block social network users?
In the wake of this week’s violence in England and David Cameron’s Commons speech yesterday, we’re asking for your views on curtailing social network use.
Student jailed for six months for looting a case of water in London
The 23-year-old student has said he’s ashamed of his actions. He stole the water from a Lidl store in Brixton.
Cameron: "The fightback has well and truly begun"
Speaking in the Commons today, the British prime minister said the army would not be drafted in to help deal with unrest, but said police would be given extra powers.
'Vigilantes' protect areas of London as David Cameron feels pressure
Cities across England were relatively quiet last night, but police have warned of a possible “catastrophe” should riots break out again.
Police probe: No evidence that Mark Duggan fired at officers
Ballistic tests indicate that a handgun found at the scene of Duggan’s death had NOT been fired.
BlackBerry website hacked by anti-police 'hacktivist' group
BlackBerry’s manufacturer said it would allow police to access BlackBerry Messenger posts – and got hacked in return.
London mayor Johnson brandishes a broom on the streets of the city
The mayor was heckled as he visited the Clapham Junction area. Meanwhile shops and businesses across London have stayed closed or shut early this afternoon.
David Cameron chooses Irish novel Skippy Dies as his summer read
The British Prime Minister has picked Paul Murray’s book to bring on holidays with him.
Listen: Piers Morgan drawn into hacking scandal after 2009 interview emerges
The TV presenter and former editor has denied any involvement in alleged phone hacking.
The Departures Lounge: your daily lunchtime transfer round-up
Find out the latest ridiculous development in the Cesc Fabregas transfer saga, which Brazilian trio Man United are looking to sign, plus Dimitar Berbatov reveals why he is so lazy.
Alec Baldwin calls for the resignation of David Cameron
The 30 Rock actor has taken to Twitter to express his opinions on the matter…
Hacking: Grant wins access to police records, as royals dragged into Coulson row
Hugh Grant and Jemima Khan win access to police records, as it emerges Buckingham Palace warned of hiring Andy Coulson.