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Day of reckoning for Cameron and British press

Newspapers are seen on sale at Victoria Station in central London November 29, 2012. Prime Minister David Cameron faces a no-win dilemma on Thursday when a far-reaching inquiry into British newspapers delivers its verdict on how to curb the excesses of the country's notoriously aggressive press.REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Newspapers are seen on sale at Victoria Station in central London November 29, 2012. Prime Minister David Cameron faces a no-win dilemma on Thursday when a far-reaching inquiry into British newspapers delivers its verdict on how to curb the excesses...more

Newspapers are seen on sale at Victoria Station in central London November 29, 2012. Prime Minister David Cameron faces a no-win dilemma on Thursday when a far-reaching inquiry into British newspapers delivers its verdict on how to curb the excesses of the country's notoriously aggressive press.REUTERS/Paul Hackett
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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron awaits Kuwait's Emir in Downing Street in London November 28, 2012. REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron awaits Kuwait's Emir in Downing Street in London November 28, 2012. REUTERS/Paul Hackett

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron awaits Kuwait's Emir in Downing Street in London November 28, 2012. REUTERS/Paul Hackett
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