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Barack Obama, David Cameron And The Mystery Of Robert Green’s Slick Gloves: Pictures

by | 13th, June 2010

DAVID Cameron might consider himself fortunate there is war on. He gets to stand among the troops at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province and look hard.

And tough Dave’s been on the phone to Barack Obama to remind him that soaking Robert Green’s gloves in BP oil was an inspired ploy and left everyone feeling equal and happy.

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Dave and Barry then, apparently, had a chat on the phone, although we think such calls should take place on a party line and give us all chance to listen in. Downing Street then issued a press release:

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President Obama said to the prime minister that BP was a multinational global company and that frustrations about the oil spill had nothing to do with national identity. The prime minister stressed the economic importance of BP to the UK, US and other countries. The president made it clear that he had no interest in undermining BP’s value.”

The pair then sang It’s Not Easy Being Green” and laughed…

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Prime Minister David Cameron reads out a message to British soldiers from England national football coach Fabio Capello, describing them as the "real heroes", while in Camp Bastion in Helmand Province during his two day visit to Afghanistan.

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