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PM: 'Number of serious inquiries of interest' in Tata received

David Cameron confirmed government has received statements of interest in buying Tata Credit: HOC

Prime Minister David Cameron has confirmed "a number of serious inquiries of interest into buying all of Tata" were received by yesterday's deadline.

He told PMQs that the government would now work with Tata Steel and potential buyers to "get that list down to those that are really seriously intending to bid for the business".

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PM congratulates Leicester on 'extraordinary' win

Prime Minister David Cameron has congratulated Leicester City on an "extraordinary, thoroughly deserved" Premier League title win.

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Obama takes time out for spot of golf with Cameron

Obama is known as a keen golfer and Saturday's are, when possible, his usual golf day. Credit: REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

U.S. President Barack Obama has found time during his official whirlwind visit to the UK to take time out for a spot of golf with Prime Minister David Cameron.

The two politicians played a round of golf at The Grove, just north of London today, after Obama met with Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to discuss "the challenges facing post-industrial societies and the power of global corporation".

The US President has played a round or two of the sport against many prominent world leaders during his time in office. Credit: REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
Obama and Cameron are also expected to dine together later this evening. Credit: REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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