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07.09.14 Bucky Turco

Matthew Hancock, a politician and Conservative member of British Parliament, posed for a photo in front of a graffiti-covered skatepark in London, but it was one tag in particular that stood out from the rest. It was the one that called for Prime Minister David Cameron, his boss, to be fired. “Sack Cameron!” read the […]

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12.23.13 Andy Cush

For those in the UK who’d like to watch porn but would rather not have to call up their ISP and tell them so, here’s “Go Away Cameron,” a Chrome extension that automatically bypasses David Cameron’s porn blockers. As Wired.co.uk points out, the content filter, which UK internet users are automatically opted into unless they […]

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09.03.13 Andy Cush

Live in the UK and want to watch porn, but too chicken to tell your ISP to turn the new default “family filter” off? Don’t worry, Londoners Henrik Düfke and Felipe Montt have you covered. The two recently launched Cameron Porn, a site full of porn clips with all the porny stuff cut off. It’s just […]

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07.22.11 Marina Galperina

British street artist K-Guy wasn’t satisfied with Prime Minister David Cameron’s jeered, cliché apology attempt for hiring Andy Coulson — former editor of phone-hacking News of the World tabloid — as one of his senior aides. He wouldn’t have hired Coulson if he knew of his unethical shenanigans, oops. Here are two stenciled tiles of […]

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07.21.10 Marina Galperina

The UK’s new Prime Minister visited the Prez with gifts a-plenty, notably – 21st Century City, a painting by street artist, Eine, who is having a “weird day” now. In turn, Obama presented Cameron with pop artist Ed Ruscha’s lithograph Column with Speed Lines. Seeing how Eine is on an alphabet kick lately, check out […]

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05.13.10 Bucky Turco

Spotted in the London Underground on the same day Conservative party candidate, David Cameron, performed a series of bizarre Camelot-like rituals and became the UK’s new Prime Minister. Photo: rosaw50 […]

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05.11.10 Bucky Turco

In the UK, the election process isn’t nearly as long as it is in the U.S., but it is stranger with its unwritten constitutions, hung parliaments, power-sharing alliances, and other odd rituals. However, after a few days of gentle political wrangling, Gordon Brown has stepped down, allowing Conservative Candidate David Cameron to become Prime Minister, […]

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