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Keanu Reeves' Visit To Parliament Sends Post-Brexit Twitter Into A Meltdown


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Actor Keanu Reeves unexpectedly turned up at Portcullis House on Tuesday (June 28) leaving us all to wonder if he’d come to save the country after Brexit. The actor posed for selfies with MPs during his visit, while Twitter rolled out every Matrix-related Brexit gag you could possibly think of.

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Lily Allen Brands David Cameron "Reckless" For Resigning After Brexit


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Singer Lily Allen has hit out at David Cameron on Twitter for stepping down as Prime Minister after the EU referendum result. Allen, who previously voiced her support for the Remain campaign, has said that following Thursday’s vote she is now ‘Brexit’, as that’s what the majority voted for.

Lily AllenLily Allen has been voicing her views on Brexit and David Cameron.

On Saturday the singer tweeted: “I can't actually see any individual being brave enough to trigger article 50. It's career suicide.” Allen then explained she now supported Brexit because it’s what democracy had voted for and not because she’d done a political ‘u-turn’, as some accused her of.

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John Oliver Calls Out David Cameron And Boris Johnson During Brexit Rant


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British comedian John Oliver gave his thoughts on Britain's decision to leave the European Union last week, in an explicit rant on his HBO show ‘Last Week Tonight’. In his speech Oliver called out both David Cameron and Boris Johnson, while warning US viewers, “there are no f***ing do-overs.”

John OliverJohn Oliver has given a damming critique of the EU referendum result.

"Let us begin straight away with The United Kingdom, a place whose very name, after this week's events, is beginning to sound a bit sarcastic,” Oliver began. “Because the UK this week voted to leave the European Union, a decision that has shaken the world.

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Film And Television Industry Voices Fears For Future After Brexit


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As the news of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union sinks in, the British television and film industry is left wondering how it will be impacted. Currently the picture being painted looks pretty bleak, with industry heads and studios voicing their concerns for the future of British filmmaking.

Kit Harington as Jon Snow‘Game of Thrones’ is filmed in Northern Ireland, which is now out of the EU.

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Michael Ryan, chairman of the Independent Film & Television Alliance said: "The decision to exit the European Union is a major blow to the U.K. film and TV industry. This decision has just blown up our foundation. 

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David Cameron - Jo Cox Memorial Service held at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster. - London, United Kingdom - Monday 20th June 2016

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David Cameron - Trooping the Colour held on Horse Guards Parade. - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 11th June 2016

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David Cameron , Samantha Cameron - Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and other members of the Royal Family attend a 'Service of Thanksgiving' to commemorate her 90th birthday at St. Paul's Cathedral. - London, United Kingdom - Friday 10th June 2016

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David Cameron Tries, And Fails, To Recreate Beatles Cover At Abbey Road Studio


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David Cameron and his E.U. Remain campaign ally Tessa Jowell have awkwardly attempted to re-create the front cover of The Beatles’ Abbey Road as they visited the famous studio – and jokes and puns immediately began to pour in via social media.

The Conservative Prime Minister visited the iconic studios in north-west London on Friday morning in order to praise Britain’s creative industries, on the same day that nearly 300 people from the arts and entertainment world signed a letter urging people to vote for the Remain campaign.

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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DJ Mike Read Records UKIP Anthem (Complete With Mock Caribbean Accent)


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The former BBC Radio 1 DJ Mike Read has seemingly come out in support of controversial political party UKIP, by penning and recording a support song titled 'UKIP Calypso'. Performed with a mock Caribbean accent, the song sings the praises of the party's leader, Nigel Farage.

Mike ReadMike Read has been a UKIP supporter for several years - he hopes his song can break into the charts

Speaking to BBC Radio Berkshire, the DJ denied the song was racist, calling the allegations "extraordinary" and suggesting the calypso could only be sung in a Caribbean accent.

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Meet Prime Minister David Cameron And The Blacked Up Morris Dancers


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There's an incredible funny line in the political comedy In The Loop, when Peter Capaldi's irate spin-doctor Malcolm Tucker is partway through one of his legendary dressing downs, berating Tom Hollander's Simon Foster for speaking out of line during a radio interview. When the MP suggests he was only giving his opinion to the probing journalist, Tucker fires back: "If he'd asked you to f*cking black up, or to give him your PIN number or to sh*t yourself, would you have done that?"

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It's a scene that comes to mind when perusing over the story today that Prime Minister David Cameron was spotted posing with blacked up Morris dancers at the Banbury Folk Festival near his constituency in Oxfordshire. 

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David Cameron Announces Age Classification For Music Videos


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Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that online music videos will carry and age classification from October. Videos on YouTube and Vevo will carry the classifications to protect children from "graphic content."

David CameronDavid Cameron announced the plans on Monday

In a speech to the Relationships Alliance on Monday, Mr Cameron said the rules for online videos should be brought into line with content bought offline. 

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David Cameron Making World War I Album With Danny Dyer. Yep.


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Prime Minister David Cameron has teamed up with Eastenders star Danny Dyer to record an official World War I centenary album of spoken words and music. Cameron has recorded the classic war poem The Soldier by Rupert Brooke while Dyer read In Memoriam by Ewart Alan Mackintosh.

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Elsewhere, the Cold Feed actor John Thompson recorded Wilfred Owen's Dulce et Decorum Est and Sean Bean, Stephen Fry and comedian Sarah Millican also recorded tracks. Some descendants of recipients of World War I Victoria Crosses have recorded John McCrarie's In Flanders Fields, which will be released as a single with 40 pence from each sale being donated to the Royal British Legion and Victoria Cross Trust. 

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