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Armed Forces Day flag

Cadet forces scheme: £10.85m to encourage young people to join

Saturday 30 June 2012

Scheme coinciding with Armed Forces Day aims to create 100 new cadet units in English state schools

Olympic torches

PM pays tribute to the volunteers behind the Olympic Games

Wednesday 27 June 2012

"You’re not just part of the Games, you will be what makes the Games a success"

Prime Minister speaking

Welfare speech

Monday 25 June 2012

"In a world of fierce competitiveness – a world where no-one is owed a living – we need to have a welfare system that the country can properly afford."

Prime Minsiter with Aung San Suu Kyi during her visit to Britain

Aung San Suu Kyi becomes Honorary Ambassador for The Leeds International Piano Competition

Saturday 23 June 2012

Prime Minister says Competition's tribute is a fitting way to end her historic visit to Britain.

Aung San Suu Kyi and Prime Minister David Cameron

Prime Minister David Cameron and Aung San Suu Kyi press conference

Thursday 21 June 2012

Britain will remain a resolute friend to you and to the people of Burma. In a world beset by problems and difficulties your example of courage and determination has shone through.

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Prime Minister in Mexico

Monday 18 June 2012

Prime Minister David Cameron has attended the G20 Summit in Mexico. Read the wrap up below

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Prime Minister's Falklands statement

Thursday 14 June 2012

"Our resolve to support the Falkland Islanders has not wavered in the last thirty years and it will not in the years ahead."

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Correspondence with Sir Alex Allan

Wednesday 13 June 2012

Prime Minister's letter to and response from Sir Alex Allan, the Independent Adviser on Ministers' Interests.

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Prime Minister's response to announcement of Falklands referendum

Tuesday 12 June 2012

"I have always said that it is up to the Falkland Islanders themselves to choose whether they want to be British."