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      Jallianwala BaghFebruary 20, 2013
      Museum
      • Amritsar, India

      David Cameron laid a wreath at the memorial to the 1919 Amritsar massacre. He wrote in the book of condolence: "a deeply shameful event in British history, we must never forget what happened here".

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      Justus Lipsius BuildingNovember 22, 2012
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      • Brussels, Belgium

      David Cameron speaks to press on arriving at the EU budget summit. He told reporters: "We will negotiate very hard for a good deal for Britain’s & Europe's taxpayers, and to keep the British rebate."

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      McCormick PlaceMay 20, 2012
      Convention Center
      • Chicago, United States

      Follow the latest here: http://www.number10.gov.uk/news/prime-minister-at-g8-and-nato/

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      South Lawn - White HouseMarch 14, 2012
      Park
      • Washington, United States

      You can follow the @whitehouse tweetup using #WHtweetup and watch it live from 1300 GMT/ 0900 EDT on 14th March 2012 Read more

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      UD ArenaMarch 13, 2012
      Basketball
      • Dayton, United States

      US President Barack Obama and Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron watch the basketball together.

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
      Government
      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      2008 – Number 10’s first tweet – and there have been over 3,000 since

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      2008 – Number 10’s very own online TV station – Number10 TV

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      2005 – a new e-mail account allowed the public to contact the Prime Minister directly

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      2002 – dedicated video conferencing suite was installed. This followed the events of 9/11 and allowed the Prime Minister and his team to be in face to face contact with counterparts around the world

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      1998 – internet access became mainstreamed across Number 10 staff desktops

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      1996 – the launch of the first No10 website Read more

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      1996 – desktop PCs installed at all workstations

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      1990s – first video conference. John Major used the technology from his study

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      1983- wider roll-out of computers machines for Number 10 staff following a review of the building’s needs.

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      1982 – first ‘micro-computer’ and microfilm reader installed.

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      1982 – the first direct hotline between No10 and Washington was established during Margaret Thatcher’s first term of office

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      1963 – electrical and telephone systems were replaced. 1963 was a major period of renovation for the building

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      1937 - first central heating introduced.

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      1902 – first motor-car driven onto Downing Street. Arthur Balfour brought the first car and since then, Prime Ministers have looked to select British marques for their official car.

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      10 Downing St.February 14, 2012
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      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom

      1894 – installation of electric lighting and first telephones. Following Disraeli’s departure William Gladstone redecorated the building and oversaw the installations.

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