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British Prime Minister David Cameron holds his weekly Question Time in the House of Commons. Topics discussed include the situation in Syria, British domestic issues and the state of the EU economy.
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British Foreign Secretary William Hague told members in the House of Commons that recent allegations the government's communications headquarters tried to circumvent the law to gather data on British citizens were "baseless." He added that data obtained by the U.K. from the U.S. involving British citizens were "subject to proper statutory controls and safeguards." He also took questions from members.
The British House of Commons returns from its recess and Prime Minister David Cameron answers questions from members of his coalition and the opposition during his weekly Question Time.
Newspaper editor Charles Moore, who covered the administration of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, talks about his book, Margaret Thatcher: From Grantham to the Falklands.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg answers questions from members of his party and the opposition in the absence of Prime Minister David Cameron, who is in the United States.
President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron participate in a joint news conference on U.S.-British relations. Following statements they take reporters' questions.
Members of the House of Lords and House of Commons participate in the State Opening of Parliament in London. The Queen outlines the government's plan for the upcoming year
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel hosts his counterpart from the United Kingdom at the Pentagon. The two officials conduct a joint news conference where reporters ask about reports that the U.S. is considering providing arms to Syrian rebel forces.
British House of Commons members return for their weekly question time with the Prime Minister. P.M. David Cameron answers questions on waiting times for patients in National Health Service, expanding manufacturing exports and unemployment benefits.
Dignitaries attend an official funeral service for Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at St. Paul's Cathedral. The U.S. delegation includes George Schultz, Sec. of State under Pres. Reagan. Thatcher died April 8, 2013 at the age of 87.
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