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Prime Minister David Cameron - Ministers leaving 10 Downing Street ahead of Prime Minister's Questions - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 10th February 2016

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Mark Ruffalo Warns U.k. Prime Minister Over Fracking


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The Avengers star is vehemently opposed to the controversial gas extraction method amid fears it could damage the environment, and he previously lobbied to have it banned in New York.

Now Ruffalo has turned his attention to the U.K., where a number of new fracking sites are planned, and he has urged Cameron not to back the proposals.

"Mr Cameron, you're making an enormous mistake, and it's a legacy mistake. Because there's no fracking that can be done safely," he declares during a video interview with environmental campaign group Friends of the Earth. "Your people don't want it. You've already told them once before that if they didn't want it, you wouldn't push them to take it, and you're turning back on your word, sir. And what is a politician if he's not credible..."

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David Cameron Meets With David Shulz In Downing Street.

Prime Minister, David Cameron, President of the European Union , Martin Shulz - Prime Minister, David Cameron shakes hands with the President of the European Union, Martin Shulz during the German politician's visit to Downing Street. at Downing Street - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 4th February 2016

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Enda Kenny At 10 Downing Street

David Cameron , Enda Kenny - Prime Minister David Cameron meets Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny at 10 Downing Street. - London, United Kingdom - Monday 25th January 2016

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Ministers At Downing Street

Prime Minister David Cameron - Ministers leaving Downing Street ahead of Prime Minister's Questions. - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 20th January 2016

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David Cameron - David Cameron pictured arriving at the BBC News Studios to talk about the latest initiative to teach English to Muslim immigrants at BBC Portland Place - London, United Kingdom - Monday 18th January 2016

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Glenn Tilbrook Planned David Cameron Protest Days Earlier


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The Squeeze singer/guitarist admits he could not resist the opportunity to make his anti-Cameron feelings known after the band was invited onto The Andrew Marr Show, a U.K. weekend political chat series.

Squeeze were on the broadcast to perform new single Cradle to the Grave and they hit headlines when Tilbrook changed part of the lyrics to criticise the U.K. government's social housing policy.

Now Tilbrook has spoken out to reveal he originally planned to rewrite the entire song for the occasion but realised that was too "ridiculous".

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Squeeze Change Song Lyrics To Protest Against David Cameron Live On Television


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British band Squeeze sent a clear message to Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday’s edition of the ‘Andrew Marr Show’ when they changed song lyrics to criticise the ‘destruction of the welfare state’. The band appeared as the musical guests on the programme, which also featured Cameron giving his traditional new year interview.

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When the band performed new song ‘From the Cradle to the Grave’, founding member Glenn Tilbrook sang a different version of the final verse as Cameron watched on. ‘I grew up in council housing, Part of what made Britain great, There are some here who are hellbent, On the destruction of the welfare state.’

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Jaz Coleman Hits Out Over Nuclear Weapons Spending


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The cost of replacing a fleet of nuclear missile submarines has reached almost £5 billion, according to critics, and could soar to £40 billion.

It comes at a time when the U.K. government, led by Prime Minister David Cameron, is pushing through swathes of austerity measures to reduce spending, and Coleman is convinced the money earmarked for the Trident program should have been diverted to the country's National Health Service (NHS) budget.

He tells Q magazine, "With that money, we could revamp the NHS, but instead we're spending it on weapons of mass destruction we can't even use - the Americans have to give us permission to use Trident."

Carrie Fisher Blasts Lord's Prayer Advert Ban Before Star Wars


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Advertising bosses at Digital Cinema Media (DCM) pulled the commercial, which features Christians reciting lines from the Lord's Prayer, due to fears it would cause offence to viewers waiting to see Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens.

The decision sparked outrage among some members of the religious community and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron, and now Fisher, who plays Princess Leia in the franchise, has spoken out to insist the commercial is not offensive.

"I have no idea why they would do that," she tells Britain's Mail on Sunday newspaper. "Offended? No. People should get a life. I don't think it is offensive to have a 'power of prayer' advert before Star Wars."

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Paul Mccartney In Veggie Plea To Prime Minister


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The Meat Free Mondays campaign has been backed by the MCCartney family since it was launched in 2009. Supporters argue that developed countries can reduce their carbon footprint by two per cent if everyone ditches eating meat for just one day a week.

The music icon wrote the letter to David Cameron, along with his daughters - photographer Mary and fashion designer Stella - ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference which takes place in Paris, France, on Monday (30Nov15).

MCCartney has also suggested to the Prime Minister that Meat Free Mondays should be implemented at schools, universities, and restaurants.

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Paul Weller: 'David Cameron Didn't Understand Eton Rifles Lyrics'


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Weller wrote the anti-establishment tune in the early 1980s after watching activists on the Right to Work march in England as they walked past the toffs at Eton College in Berkshire.

In new DVD documentary The Jam: About the Young Idea, the singer/songwriter, who became a leading light in the anti-Conservative government organisation Red Wedge, recalls feeling disgust as the Eton students mocked the protesters, who were marching for employment rights.

Cameron, who was a student at the time, recently admitted he was a big fan of the song, prompting Weller to suggest he didn't read the lyrics.

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Johnny Marr Rallies Against Government Cuts


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The Smiths guitarist's performance in the city came on the final day of the Conservative Party conference which was taking place there, and he took the chance to rally fans against Prime Minister David Cameron and his austerity plans.

Johnny called the cuts "inhuman" and criticised proposals to decrease funding for a school in the local area which helps disabled children. He also asked security guards to open the venue's doors so the leader could "hear" his speech.

"Mr. Cameron... There's been too many cutbacks," he declared. "This is Johnny. You know Johnny, from The Smiths, that band you like so much...

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Martin Freeman Appeals To British Prime Minister For Circus Animal Ban


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The Sherlock star wants Cameron to follow through on his promise to introduce legislation to prohibit wild animals from performing in the travelling shows.

In the letter, sent on behalf of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the father-of-two writes, "As a father, I'd like to see my children grow up in a country where animals are treated with respect, not as objects of ridicule... Allowing circuses with wild animals to continue to operate in the country sends the message to children that it's OK to dominate animals and ignore any pain and suffering that they're experiencing - which, of course, it's not."

Actor Michael Sheen and girl band Little Mix have also lent their support to the cause.

Morrissey Calls On David Cameron To Resign Over Pig Storm


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Cameron has made headlines around the world over sensational claims in a new book by the U.K.'s Lord Ashcroft accusing him of putting part of his anatomy into a dead pig during a bizarre initiation ritual.

The Prime Minister has remained silent over the allegation, but outspoken singer Morrissey has now called for him to step down if there is any truth in the rumour.

In a statement, the former The Smiths frontman writes, "If the allegations made by Lord Ashcroft are true, that Mr Cameron performed a sexual act on a dead pig while at Oxford University, then it shows a callousness and complete lack of empathy entirely unbefitting a man in his position, and he should resign."

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9th October, 1966

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