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World peace, euroscepticism and a special relationship to deal with in the next two days

48 hours of diplomacy: Cameron's toughest statesmanship test yet

Even by the prime minister's hectic standards, this is a busy week. After the Queen's Speech rigmarole David Cameron heads off to the continent for 48 hours of intensive diplomacy - and arguably the greatest test of his statesmanship yet.

Opinion Former Articles

  • Who blinks first? Putin and Cameron had a very frosty press conference yesterday

    Britain blinks first in Syria showdown

    David Cameron's ability to supply rebel forces in Syria with arms looked increasingly strained this morning, after Boris Johnson and other influential figures spoke out against the plan.

  • London's South Bank will showcase IF campaigners' cause with a pop-up tropical tax haven complete with shady businessmen and palm trees

    Tax-dodging crackdown 'could end hunger by 2025'

    Impoverished countries could eliminate poverty by 2025 if they received back just a quarter of the money currently lost to tax-dodging multinational companies, according to the Enough Food IF campaign.

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