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a street of Westminster in London

the British government

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Mr Corbyn is not scared of alienating Middle England; the glint in his eye suggests he may now believe he will not have to wait until 2022 to have another shot at entering Downing St.
It will be grim for Mr Cameron if within a few short years of moving out of Downing St there are more referendums for Scottish independence and Brexit - and a nightmare for him if this time they are won.
The petition - posted on the Downing St e-petition website - calls for plans by the OCR exam board to abolish the subject to be halted.
I have managed to get a petition passed on the 10, Downing St website and I urge people to sign it if they, too, feel he should be recognised.
The film moves back and forth between Balmoral, Scotland, where the royals are blissfully cocooned for the summer, and 10 Downing St.
Cherie Blair meets George W and Laura Bush at Downing St last year
Minutes after Downing St confirmed the election date, Sinn Fein announced that party president Gerry Adams would speak in a Belfast hotel at 10.
According to a report by Demos, a left-of-center British think tank with ties to Downing St.
Government whips will warn EU-friendly MPs that cooperation with Labour could result in the fall of the Government and the arrival of Jeremy Corbyn in Downing St.
HOLLY Willoughby is clearly in the Out camp as she suffers a bummer of a wardrobe malfunction at 10 Downing St.
If David Cameron gets to stay in Downing St a personal priority will be staging an in/out referendum by the end of 2017.
Mistakenly believing that David Cameron would be there, she tweeted: "Crazy day, exhausted but off to Downing St to celebrate St Andrews Day with PM.
LONDON, April 3 (KUNA) -- Saudi Defense Minister Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz held talks with British Prime Minister David Cameron at 10 Downing St.
So here's my plan for a silent protest, as we Britons don't seem to want to get out on the streets in this weather, except students: If 60 million of us, including children, because it's their future it concerns, sat down at the kitchen table on December 30 and wrote a note saying "get us out of Europe" and posted it the very same day to Mr D Cameron, 10 Downing St, London.
Summary: Downing St communications chief and ex-editor of the News of the World Andy Coulson will be called in for questioning by the police.