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David Cameron, leader of the Conservative party, has just become the UK's new Prime Minister after visiting the Queen and accepting her offer to form a government. The government is expected to be a Conservative/Lib Dem coalition. (as of May 11 at 19:46 UTC)
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Apr
8
Margaret Thatcher, Britain's first female PM, dead at 87.
Defined by @comicmuse via What the Trend April 8 at 12:56 UTC
May
11
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David Cameron, leader of the Conservative party, has just become the UK's new Prime Minister after visiting the Queen and accepting her offer to form a new government. Cameron has confirmed the government will be a Conservative/Lib Dem "proper and full coalition".
Defined by @victoriaroloff via UberTwitter May 11 at 20:06 UTC
May
11
+1 hour
David Cameron, leader of the Conservative party, has just become the UK's new Prime Minister after visiting the Queen and accepting her offer to form a government. Cameron has confirmed the government will be a Conservative/Lib Dem "proper and full coalition".
Defined by @victoriaroloff via UberTwitter May 11 at 20:05 UTC
May
11
+1 hour
David Cameron, leader of the Conservative party, has just become the UK's new Prime Minister after visiting the Queen and accepting her offer to form a government. Cameron has confirmed the government will be a Conservative/Lib Dem coalition.
Defined by @oliworth via web May 11 at 19:47 UTC
May
11
+1 hour
David Cameron, leader of the Conservative party, has just become the UK's new Prime Minister after visiting the Queen and accepting her offer to form a government. The government is expected to be a Conservative/Lib Dem coalition.
Defined by @oliworth via web May 11 at 19:46 UTC
May
11
+5 minutes
The UK is on the verge of a new Prime Minister following Gordon Brown's resignation. With the formation of a Tory/Lib Dem coalition David Cameron of the Conservative party will become Prime Minister.
Defined by @Bluemoon82 via UberTwitter May 11 at 18:50 UTC
May
11
+4 minutes
Explain about Gordon Brown, new minister, british minister.
Defined by @mooonik via UberTwitter May 11 at 18:49 UTC
May
11
+3 minutes
Gordon Brown, the geezer who is to blame for the state of the UK, is finally quitting the game!
Defined by @mikeemerge via UberTwitter May 11 at 18:47 UTC

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