A trickster pretending to be Britain's security chief bluffed his way onto a phone call with Prime Minister David Cameron.
A prank caller got through to British Prime Minister David Cameron http://t.co/DcAA3fR4I3 (Peter Byrne—PA Wire/Press Association Images/AP) — TIME.com (@TIME) January 26, 2015
A hoax caller was put through to British prime minister David Cameron, posing as the director of spy agency GCHQ. Afterwards, he telephoned The Sun to talk about what he'd been up to and said it was all "so easy". The Downing StreetShow More Summary
But a government spokeswoman says no sensitive information was disclosed
A January 15th London Times oped, co-authored by President Barak Obama and England’s Prime Minister David Cameron, is most disturbing. The two analytical geniuses link the underlying cause for the violent attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris not on Islamic extremists but on economically disadvantaged ones. That’s right-Islam was not even mentioned as a possible […]
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