Archive: Special Relationship

A diminished special relationship? But Obama and Cameron have a lot to agree on

Britain and America: Drifting apart?

Confirmation of the Chilcot inquiry delay plays right into David Cameron's hands: it's hiding just how strained Britain's special relationship with America is right now.

Opinion Former Articles

  • Have ministers passed the communications data bill by stealth?

    Hague lashes out at 'baseless' Prism suspicions

    William Hague insisted the government had stuck to the letter of the law in its access to the US surveillance system called Prism today, as he sought to reassure voters about the regulations surrounding internet activity.

  • Morning winter sunlight floods the White House as Barack Obama talks on the phone with British prime minister David Cameron

    Ten ways Obama's second term will shape Britain

    As Barack Obama's inauguration in Washington DC heralds the start of the US president's second term in the White House, here's a run-through of the most important challenges coming up in the next four years.

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