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Prank caller connected to British PM David Cameron

A trickster pretending to be Britain's security chief bluffed his way onto a phone call with Prime Minister David Cameron.

Prank Caller Gets All the Way to David Cameron

A prank caller had quite the successful Sunday when he convinced the British prime minister's office to put him through to David Cameron. The unidentified caller, who told the Sun he was "off [his] face on booze and cocaine" at the time, first rang British surveillance agency GCHQ claiming he...

Cameron punked by prank call

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 Man 'Off His Face' On Booze And Cocaine Prank Called David Cameron

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

David Cameron talks to prank caller pretending to be intelligence chief

LONDON — Security is being reviewed Monday after a hoax caller managed to get through to the British prime minister's phone claiming he was the head of intelligence agency GCHQ. See also: David Cameron reveals Barack Obama calls him 'Bro' David Cameron is said to have swiftly realised the call on Sunday was a hoax and ended it. Show More Summary

Prank Caller Gets Through To British Prime Minister David Cameron

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Hoax phone-call from intelligence ‘spy chief’ gets through to British Prime Minister Cameron

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A hoax caller pretending to be a spy chief was put through to British Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday, prompting a review of security procedures, a government spokeswoman said. The caller pretended to be the director of Britain’s electronic spy agency GCHQ Robert Hannigan, and was put...

Jim Warren: Cold War flashbacks ring true

When President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron praised one another at the White House a week ago, they were

British Prime Minister David Cameron Hands Gordon Ramsay the Ultimate Diss

Cameron would rather eat at a chicken chain than at a Ramsay restaurant. Poor, poor Gordon Ramsay: The shouty chef cannot seem to catch a break this year and it's only January. First, a judge ruled that he is personally liable for the...Show More Summary

Watch Jon Stewart's hilarious response to Fox News' Birmingham apology

Remember when a terrorism analyst on Fox News said Birmingham in the UK was a "no-go zone" where non-Muslims don't dare venture? And then when British Prime Minister David Cameron called him a "complete idiot"? See also: Fox News apologizes...Show More Summary

Terror Goal: Behavior Modification of the West

President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron both missed the point in their characterization of the terror attacks in Europe. Obama was way off the mark calling it “violent

British PM Cameron Disagrees With Pope Francis on Limits to Free Speech; Says Even If Jesus Is Insulted He Can't 'Wreak Vengeance Upon Them'

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said that he disagrees with Pope Francis' comments that there are limits to free speech, regarding the Charlie Hebdo terror attacks. He added that as a Christian, he would be offended if someone insults Jesus Christ, but laws in a free society protect such expression.

British prime minister rebuts Pope Francis: In a free society, we have a right to insult religion

last weekNews : The Raw Story

British Prime Minister David Cameron defended the right to speech that gives offense to others’ religious beliefs, in a rebuttal to Pope Francis who said there should be limits. In an interview that aired Sunday on CBS’s Face the Nation, Cameron said the West must show that its values,...

Letter sent to 1,000 Islamic leaders prompts outcry

LONDON — British Prime Minister David Cameron is defending a letter sent to senior Muslims explaining "how faith in Islam can be part of British identity." The note was sent to 1,000 Islamic leaders from Communities Secretary Eric Pickles,...Show More Summary

Weekend Show Preview — 1.18.15

Who’s on the talk shows this weekend? Glad you asked. Highlights will include British Prime Minister David Cameron on “Face the Nation”; editor-in-chief of Charlie Hebdo, Gérard Biard on “Meet the Press”; chairman of the Republican National...Show More Summary

Firms should raise wages - Cameron

Companies benefiting from lower oil prices should pass on gains to their employees by raising wages, British Prime Minister David Cameron said. ||| London - Companies benefiting from lower oil prices should pass on gains to their employees by raising wages, British Prime Minister David Cameron said. Show More Summary

If You Had a Friend

(Scott Johnson) While James Taylor was serenading our French friends with “You’ve Got a Friend” yesterday, President Obama was holding a joint press conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron (video below). In his remarks subtly...Show More Summary

President Obama To Europe: You Need To Do A Better Job Of Integrating Muslims – Terrifying Video Proves Otherwise

Though President Obama and British Prime Minister, David Cameron, have recently been portrayed by the media, and themselves, as being quite chummy as they unite following last week’s Islamic terrorist attacks in France, in statements made side by side Friday, Obama and Cameron’s messages came out quite different. Show More Summary

President Obama: I Refuse To Say The “I” Word. Prime Minister David Cameron: Islam, Islam, Islam!

[guest post by Dana] President Obama continues to avoid saying the “I” word, even today when standing with British Prime Minister David Cameron who used harsh terms of condemnation for the terrorists: “Poisonous ideology” and “Radical, death cult of a narrative” and “very serious Islamist extremist terrorist threat.” However, the president refused to refer to […]

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