Cameron meets Obama
Conservtive Home reports on yesterday's meeting between David Cameron and President Obama. It was the second meeting between the men - the first was when Mr Obama was still a candidate last summer.
President Obama has a massive schedule that included his first meetings with the Russian and Chinese leaders. That it happened at all is a sign of the White House's expectation that Gordon Brown (who Obama lavished praise on earlier in the day) is unlikely to be in office for long.
On the American side were Hillary Clinton, Tim Geithner, National Security Advisor Jim Jones and the Acting US Ambassador to London. On our side were David Cameron, William Hague, George Osborne, Pauline Neville-Jones, Ed Llewellyn and Andy Coulson.
The meeting ran for slightly longer than thirty minutes and topics covered included the G20, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, green technologies and NATO reform. CCHQ described the meeting as "positive" and "business-like". Mr Cameron told the BBC that he had found the President "deeply impressive".
Mr Cameron has also met the Australian PM over the last few days and the Mexican President. He is also due to hold talks with Canadian PM Stephen Harper.