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    The U.K. said it was reviewing security procedures after a drunk hoax caller was put through to Prime Minister David Cameron.

  • Why Obama & Cameron's meeting mattered

    "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd discusses the significance of President Barack Obama's meeting with England's Prime Minister David Cameron.

  • British Prime Minister David Cameron and U.S. President Barack Obama walk the Colonnade from the Oval Office to the Residence for a working dinner at the White House in Washington January 15, 2015.

    Authorities do not need to change course on balancing security and privacy, President Barack Obama and British PM David Cameron said.

  • Pres. Obama, PM Cameron address security, Iran

    British Prime Minister David Cameron, and President Obama, addressed issues of security and terrorism in a joint press conference on Friday.

  • Cameron: Must fight extremism at home

    In discussing the fight against terrorism, British Prime Minister David Cameron, says it will take great discipline and various work to counter "the death cult of a narrative perverting the religion of Islam."

  • British PM Cameron: With strong leadership, brighter days ahead

    British Prime Minister David Cameron addresses the fight against terrorism, and economic strategies for growth, in a joint press conference with President Obama.

  • Pres. Obama & PM Cameron expand collaborations

    President Obama addresses new collaborations with British Prime Minister David Cameron, on digital technology, cybersecurity, climate change among the topics discussed.

  • Obama & Cameron: Terrorism top issue

    CNBC's John Hardwood previews the joint news conference between President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron. Harwood says terrorism is the number one issue on the agenda.

  • Targeting encrypted messaging app

    Re/code's Kara Swisher, weighs in on the pledge by British Prime Minister David Cameron to tighten laws around encrypted messaging apps like Snapchat and WhatsApp.

  • After a long day of rapidly changing information, U.S. counterterrorism officials told NBC News Wednesday night that they cannot be certain what the status is of the three suspects in the Paris attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine.

  • A lacklustre FTSE 100

    The U.K.'s FTSE 100 was disappointing in terms of performance in the equity market. Andy Brough, fund manager at Schroders explains why.

  • UK PM: Must keep pressure on Russia

    At the European Union summit, sanctions on Russia is all the talk. U.K. prime minister David Cameron says the pressure must be kept on Russia while President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, stated that EU needs a consistent strategy towards Russia. CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports.

  • UK PM 'balanced' on EU immigration

    U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron's speech on EU immigration was "carefully balanced", says Stephen Booth, research director at Open Europe.

  • UK's Cameron gets vocal on immigration

    U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron's speech on EU immigration was a "political speech" to shut down the threat of immigration dominating the upcoming general election, says Ben Southwood, head of policy at the Adam Smith Institute.

  • Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders pose for a family photo at the International Convention Center at Yanqi Lake in Beijing, 2014.

    President Obama gets a $2,173/night hotel suite for the G-20 meeting, while host Tony Abbott slums it with a $270/night room.

  • UK economic plan working: PM Cameron

    British Prime Minister David Cameron tells CNBC that the government's economic plan is working with unemployment down and GDP growth rising.

  • UK government to vote on air strikes in Iraq

    The U.K. government is set to vote on whether the country should join the U.S. in its air strikes to tackle the Islamic State in Iraq. CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports.

  • Queen 'purred' when she saw Scotland result: UK PM

    British Prime Minister David Cameron was caught on tape saying the Queen "purred" when he told her that Scotland had voted against independence.

  • I was 'extremely worried' about Scotland vote: UK PM

    U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron defends his decision to hold a referendum on Scottish independence, but said he was "extremely worried" about the result.

  • British Prime Minister David Cameron

    U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron told NBC that ISIS is planning attacks in Europe and Britain has "not ruled out" military action in Iraq.