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Day of reckoning for Cameron and British press

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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 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
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