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Exclusive: Away from Domestic Pressures, British P.M. Cameron Chillaxes with TIME

May 23, 2013

World

David Cameron has a reputation for taking things easy. He plays games on his iPad; he revels in family life; an anonymous friend told his biographers Francis Elliott and James Hanning that “if there was an Olympic gold medal for chillaxing, he would win it.” If any chillaxing time was scheduled into his four-night, three-city tour to the U.S. last week, it was mostly on the executive jet that ferried Britain’s Prime Minister and an assortment of advisers and journalists—including TIME—across the Atlantic and from destination to destination.

In Washington, on May 13, he met with President Obama to discuss a range of issues including the G8 summit, which Britain hosts next month, and to relay soundings after a quick dash to Russia two days earlier to discuss Syria with President Putin. In Boston, Cameron met Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and toured the makeshift memorial to the Marathon bombing…

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