David Cameron ‘to curb benefits for European migrants’ – BBC News


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David Cameron 'to curb benefits for European migrants'
BBC News
Immigrants who claim unemployment benefits in the UK will face tougher rules in future, says David Cameron. Migrants will lose benefits after six months, unless they "have a genuine chance of finding work", the prime minister wrote in the Sun. Britain had
EU nationals may be banned from benefits in UK under new proposalsThe Guardian
UK Prime Minister's new immigration crackdownUKZAMBIANS (blog)
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David Cameron: EU banker bonus caps ‘must allow banks to succeed in UK’ – Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

David Cameron: EU banker bonus caps 'must allow banks to succeed in UK'
Telegraph.co.uk
The agreement, announced by diplomats and officials after late-night talks on Wednesday between EU country representatives and the bloc's parliament, mean bankers face an automatic cap on bonus payouts at the level of their salary, or two-times pay if a
EU secures deal to cap bankers' bonusesCNN International
EU says bank bonuses can't exceed 1-year's payMarketWatch
EU nears deal on single banking rule bookFinancial Times
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David Cameron was at his best in Amritsar – Telegraph.co.uk (blog)


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David Cameron was at his best in Amritsar
Telegraph.co.uk (blog)
The idea that political leaders should apologise for historical events is now deeply ingrained. At times it seemed as though Tony Blair, when he was prime minister, would apologise for almost anything, as long as the original transgression had nothing directly
Cameron marks 1919 Amritsar massacre by British troops in IndiaCNN International
David Cameron and a history of political apologies (and non-apologies) by past The Independent
British PM regrets 'deeply shameful' colonial Indian massacreGlobe and Mail
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British prime minister lays mourning wreath at site of 1919 massacre of Indians – Fox News


IBNLive

British prime minister lays mourning wreath at site of 1919 massacre of Indians
Fox News
NEW DELHI – Britain's prime minister has laid a mourning wreath at the site of a notorious 1919 massacre of hundreds of Indians by British colonial forces. David Cameron's action Wednesday marked the first time a British premier made such a gesture of
Cameron says Amritsar massacre 'shameful'Financial Times
Cameron promises to help probe AgustaWestland chopper dealIndian Express
Cameron Condemns 'Shameful' Amritsar MassacreMarketWatch
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Cameron promises India co-operation in corruption probe – BBC News


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Cameron promises India co-operation in corruption probe
BBC News
David Cameron has promised to "respond to any request for information" on corruption allegations over India's procurement of helicopters from the Anglo-Italian company AugustaWestland. India has suspended payments under the terms of the £480m
David Cameron's bad date in DelhiThe Guardian
India, UK to cooperate on probing helicopter dealMiamiHerald.com
Cameron announces same-day visa service for Indian tradersThe News International
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David Cameron to announce India cyber co-operation – BBC News


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David Cameron to announce India cyber co-operation
BBC News
David Cameron is set to promise more co-operation between Britain and India, this time when it comes to combating cyber attacks. In Delhi on the second day of his visit to India, the prime minister will announce police training exchanges and more research
British PM offers to cooperate with India on graft probeHindustan Times
Antony not part of Manmohan's delegation holding talks with British PM CameronTimes of India
Antony not part of Manmohan-Cameron meet, govt sources say his presence not IBNLive
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