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British PM testifies in ethics inquiry
British Prime Minister David Cameron took the stand Thursday in the media ethics inquiry launched in the wake of the News Corp. phone-hacking scandal. Cameron conceded that the relationship between the press and politicians had "become too close." Cameron's 2007 hiring of Andy Coulson, a former News of the World editor, to be his director of communications is expected to be a key point of inquiry in the interrogation.
Speaking in Germany recently, British Prime Minister David Cameron said that the UK needs to promote a stronger national identity to squelch extremism.
Speaking in Germany recently, British Prime Minister David Cameron said that the UK needs to promote a stronger national identity to squelch extremism.
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ritish Prime Minister David Cameron took the stand Thursday in the media ethics inquiry launched in the wake of the News Corp. phone-hacking scandal. Cameron conceded that the relationship between the press and politicians had "become too close." Cameron's 2007 hiring of Andy Coulson, a former News of the World editor, to be his director of communications is expected to be a key point of inquiry in the interrogation.

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