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The Brazilian president has cancelled her state visit to Washington next month after allegations of US espionage. The US National Security Agency has been accused of spying on President Dilma Rousseff, whose office released a statement that said the visit could not take place "in the absence of a timely investigation."
Foreign & Commonwealth Office press release FCO welcomes completion of Presidential Election in Honduras Foreign Office Minister of State Hugo Swire offered hi...
Robert Halfon said the Brazilian protests were the result of a newly-empowered middle class unhappy at the quality of public services lagging behind economic growth....
TUC press release US-EU trade deal could lead to “privatisation on an unprecedented scale”, warns TUC TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady today called on the...
Downing Street statement No 10 spokesperson said: "Earlier today the Prime Minister joined members of both Houses to listen to Prime Minister Stephen Harper's ...
Foreign Office press release Foreign Secretary William Hague today met President Santos of Colombia during his visit to London. Speaking from the Foreign Office...
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