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Ten weeks after taking office, British Prime Minister David Cameron had his first one-on-one meeting with US President Barack Obama. Amid a US backlash against British Petroleum, the Prime Minister has tried to quell American anger, while standing up for the embattled company.
It raises the question: will the BP oil spill overshadow the historic Anglo-American alliance?
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