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Plans to boost UK housebuilding, jobs and the economy

Thursday 6 September 2012

PM: "This Government is serious about rolling its sleeves up and doing it all it can to kick-start the economy"

Photo of Paralympics logo. Picture: AP/PA

London 2012 Paralympic Games

Wednesday 29 August 2012

Follow the latest updates from Downing Street as London hosts the Paralympics

Claire Lomas lights the Paralympic flame cauldron PA credit

PM at Paralympic flame ceremony

Friday 24 August 2012

David Cameron: "It’s time to dust off the GB flags and get ready for two more weeks of spectacular sport. The London Paralympic Games 2012 are finally here"

Ajitos Paralympics flag

Paralympic Agitos flag flies over Downing Street

Monday 20 August 2012

David Cameron: "2012 is set to be a fantastic celebration of world-class sport and it is also an incredible opportunity for ParalympicsGB to inspire many others"

henna painted hands for Eid celebration - credit PA

Prime Minister's message for Eid

Friday 17 August 2012

"To Muslims around the world on this very important day of celebration, I wish you all a very happy and peaceful Eid"

David Cameron thanks Armed Forces, police and Olympic volunteers

Monday 13 August 2012

"These Games have yet again shown that Britain is a great volunteering nation"

Pele, Vice President Michel Temer of Brazil, the PM and Mo Farah. Picture: Patrick Tsui

Sport stars get behind Olympic hunger summit

Sunday 12 August 2012

Olympic double gold medallist Mo Farah, Olympic great Haile Gebrselassie and football legend Pele join the PM and Vice President of Brazil in a push to tackle global hunger ahead of the next Olympics in 2016

PM appoints Seb Coe as Olympics legacy ambassador

Sunday 12 August 2012

Lord Coe will advise the Prime Minister on how best to secure the long-term benefits of hosting the Games

Elite athlete funding secured

Sunday 12 August 2012

To ensure the gold rush continues in Rio 2016, the Prime Minister announced UK Sport will receive around £125 million a year over the next four years.