On a trip to Brussels, where his European colleagues were reeling from revelations they may have been spied on by the US, David Cameron was put in an awkward position thanks to Britain's close ties with America.
The Prime Minister initially declined to comment on the matter - before giving a speech defending the UK's intelligence agency.
ITV News' Europe Editor James Mates reports.
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