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President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron chat during one of the NCAA basketball tourney games at UD Arena in Dayton, Ohio 3/13/12. Photo by Ty Greenless/Dayton Daily News.

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President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron chat during one of the NCAA basketball tourney games at UD Arena in Dayton, Ohio 3/13/12. Photo by Ty Greenless/Dayton Daily News. #firstfour

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from The Sun

Child prodigy, 2, becomes youngest ever Mensa member

Child prodigy, 2, becomes youngest ever to join genius club Mensa Adam Kirby ranked smarter than Barack Obama and David Cameron Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4985250/Child-prodigy-2-joins-Mensa.html#ixzz2aIoiAMZd

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from Mail Online

Freya the cat prowls Downing Street for the first time... and there's no sign of a scrap with the Prime Minister's pet Larry

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Larry the Downing Street cat kills mouse 'that looked at David Cameron'

Larry the Downing Street cat has made his first kills since being brought in to deal with rats at Number 10, David Cameron announced today

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from Telegraph.co.uk

In pictures: David Cameron's cat - Larry, Chief Mouser of Downing Street

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Excerpts from the secret ‘autobiography’ David Bowie gave Cameron Crowe in the mid-‘70s: EXCLUSIVE | Dangerous Minds

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from Telegraph.co.uk

In pictures: David Cameron's cat - Larry, Chief Mouser of Downing Street

After attacking ITV's Lucy Manning yesterday Larry the new Downing Street cat took over the Cabinet today. He nonchalantly wandered across the famous table.

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from Telegraph.co.uk

In pictures: David Cameron's cat - Larry, Chief Mouser of Downing Street

Larry is the latest in a long line of official mousers at Downing Street, including stalwart ratter Humphrey, who served under Margaret Thatcher and John Major but was retired in 1997, shortly after Tony Blair's arrival. Humphrey was succeeded for a short period in 2007 by Sybil, the pet of then chancellor Alistair Darling, but the renowned mouser failed to settle and returned to Scotland.

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