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Singer said in the same 'great' week he was booed at the TED conference in Arusha, Tanzania

We can help poorer countries by tackling tax evasion and avoidance

Britain is leading the fight against global hunger. Millions of families in the world's poorest countries are getting the food and nutrition they need, thanks to the hard work of our charities, the generosity of our people, and the UK development budget.

Men look at the wreckage of a vehicle near Ain Amenas, Algeria

Algerian foreign minister admits hostage crisis mistakes

Algeria's foreign minister has admitted that his government's security forces made mistakes during the hostage crisis at the In Amenas gas plant, in which 38 civilians and 29 militants died, including six British nationals.

Head of Goldman Sachs warns David Cameron on tax

The head of Goldman Sachs has cautioned politicians against subjecting companies to public opprobrium for responding to incentives in the tax system.

'We are in the midst of a long struggle against murderous terrorists': Cameron urges G8 countries to share burden of tackling terrorism

The G8 group of developed countries should agree to “share the burden” of tackling terrorism in flashpoints around the globe, Prime Minister David Cameron said today.

David Cameron addresses business leaders in Liverpool this week

I’ll make 'damn sure' big companies pay their tax, says David Cameron

Cameron says he will use his G8 presidency to seek collective backing to tackle corporate abuses

David Cameron speaking in Portadown yesterday

Northern Ireland’s open for business, says Cameron (as he trumpets G8 talks at golf course that went bust last year with debts of £26m)

A five-star golf resort in Northern Ireland that has been in administration for over 18 months  with debts of £26 million, and regarded as a high-profile example of the worst excesses of Ireland’s banking crisis, will play host next year to eight of the world’s richest nations.

David Cameron set for talks with Francois Hollande

David Cameron will hold talks with Francois Hollande next week when the French president makes his first visit to Britain since taking office.

David Cameron welcomes Syria arms sanction

Syria must work towards a democratic future, Prime Minister David Cameron said today as he welcomed an insurance ban on all European Union ships carrying arms to the country.

'Last dictator' comes first for Putin

Vladimir Putin took to the road for the first time after being returned to the Russian presidency with a trip to neighbouring Belarus yesterday.

Trending: Just a run-of-the-treadmill day in the life of world leaders

When you're the leader of the free world, every second counts. So rather than slipping on a pair of headphones and cranking up the volume on Now That's What I Call Running 3 in the gym at Camp David at the weekend, Barack Obama instead collared David Cameron for some eurozone chat – while they were both on the treadmill.

François Hollande said his promise to French people had been kept

François Hollande passes first test with credit, but tougher ones to follow

The French President was the ideal protagonist for the relaxed talking shop of the G8 summit, says John Lichfield in Paris

Chelsea fans lined the streets to welcome home the players who won their side the Champions League

Chelsea fans pay tribute to Champions League winning players with west London parade

Tens of thousands of Chelsea fans will line the streets of west London today to celebrate the club's historic Champions League and FA Cup double.

Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan at Camp David in 1986

David Usborne: Leaders follow in the footsteps of FDR and Winston Churchill

Camp David is the presidential retreat where history is made

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