The phone-hacking scandal continues to swirl around the feet of British Prime Minister David Cameron. Despite the apparent involvement of a former Murdoch employee who is now his aide, Mr. Cameron disclaims all knowledge of the sordid goings-on. London bookmakers, however, are giving odds that the PM’s days are numbered, and the only question is who will succeed him when he resigns.
In other news, a recent poll shows that half of the Dutch people want to leave the Eurozone, and an even larger proportion want their government to stop subsidizing the deadbeat countries of Europe.
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