[24dash (press release)] - Prime Minister David Cameron claimed today that the Government's housing benefit cuts have brought down rent levels across the country, despite evidence to suggest that they are continuing to reach record highs. Mr Cameron was quizzed in the commons
[Mirror.co.uk] - by Jason Beattie, Daily Mirror The Prime Minister said he was “100% in agreement” with the Labour leader on the need to stop the UK splitting up. No10 even indicated he was prepared to share a platform with Mr Miliband if it helped the fight
[The Independent] - David Cameron has plans for the currently vibrant British film industry. Big plans. As he explained yesterday, he supports the findings of a review that wants lottery funding targeted more carefully. Building on the "incredible success of recent years"
[The Independent] - David Cameron welcomed the draft. MORE Michelle Obama challenged assertions she has forcefully imposed her will on White House aides and said people have tried to portray her as "some kind of angry black woman". Her comments on CBS News were in
[Mirror.co.uk] - by Tom McTague, Daily Mirror David Cameron yesterday slapped down a claim by Nick Clegg that Britain would one day sign up to the EU treaty he vetoed. The Deputy Prime Minister said it would be accepted by the Government “in due course”.
[Slugger O'Toole] - The coverage of David Cameron's views on any Scottish independence referendum have been analysed in detail. Those comments did rather eclipse the coverage of his interview with the Sunday Telegraph. The Telegraph is obviously the most pro Tory of the
[Borehamwood Times] - THE Prime Minister, David Cameron, has highlighted the role of the local newspaper industry in supporting British business on the day the Borehamwood & Elstree Times, and newspapers up and down the country, announced the winners of the Local Business
[Blackpool Gazette] - Maria Chatterton, Chef Alec Courtnage, Jessica Illingworth and Emma Bell at The Bell and Bottle Pub in Kirkham which David Cameron visited for lunch. By Carla George Staff at one Fylde pub could not believe their eyes when David Cameron walked through