AP: "British Prime Minister David Cameron met Thursday with the mayor of Newark to learn about education reforms and other programs in the impoverished city before concluding his trip to the United States with a planned visit to New York City and the 9/11 memorial. Cameron was briefly greeted by Mayor Cory Booker on the front steps of City Hall before they headed inside to talk about municipal reforms that could be replicated in Great Britain. They also planned a short walk around New Jersey's largest city...."
Reuters: "President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron discussed the possibility of releasing emergency oil reserves during a meeting on Wednesday, two sources familiar with the talks said, the first sign that Obama is starting to test global support for an effort to knock back near-record fuel prices."
President Obama & PM Cameron trade toasts at the state dinner:
The Obamas greet the Camerons as they arrive for the state dinner:
CNN: "Concluding the official visit of British Prime Minister David Cameron’s visit to Washington D.C., the president and first lady hosted Cameron and his wife at a State Dinner on the South Lawn of the White House Wednesday evening. As yet another signifier of the importance of the so-called special relationship between the U.S. and Great Britain, the White House opted for a full State Dinner despite the fact that the dinner’s honoree is the head of the British government and not its head of state." Chicago Tribune story here.
First Lady Michelle Obama previews the state dinner:
Preparing the state dinner:
President Obama & Prime Minister Cameron hold a joint press conference:
The Obamas & Bidens officially welcome the Camerons to the White House:
AP: "Basketball fan-in-chief President Barack Obama gave British Prime Minister David Cameron a front-row seat to March Madness on Tuesday, taking his European partner to an election swing state [Ohio] for an NCAA tournament basketball game":
New York Times: "Britain will add its voice to President Obama’s in discouraging an Israeli military strike on Iran when Prime Minister David Cameron begins a three-day visit [to the U.S.] this week, a senior British diplomat said Monday."