Mrs. Thatcher’s death overwhelmed many Britons. Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister David Cameron offered tributes to what Mr. Cameron called “a great leader, a great prime minister, a great Briton.”
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Wow. Like Lyndon Johnson losing Walter Cronkite over Vietnam, it's big news that David Cameron has lost Tim Montgomerie: Conservative intellectual-activist, founder of the popular ConservativeHome website, and newly appointed comment editor of the London Times.
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David Cameron is poised to pledge the “largest-ever” international investment to eradicate FGM. Will the initiative live up to its lofty claims?
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David Cameron has revealed that when he was given the news of Kate's pregnancy today, he had to fight the urge to share the information.
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After the example of London 2012′s Games Makers, BBC Sport looks at the crucial role volunteers play in sport
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Can David Cameron keep his coalition together as they feud over the inquiry’s report? By Peter Jukes.
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The government unveils plans which could allow some prisoners to vote – but tells MPs they can vote to defy a European ruling and keep the current ban.
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Andrew Sparrow’s rolling coverage of the day’s political events, including Boris Johnson and Ed Miliband speaking on the living wageAndrew Sparrow
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David Cameron has arrived in the Gulf to strengthen Britain’s defence, security and commercial ties in the wake of the Arab Spring revolutions.
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