360 Turn: Cameron Praises Nigeria At Parliamentary Session

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Barely 24 hours after he was caught on camera calling Nigeria and Afghanistan some of the most corrupt countries in the world, British Prime Minister David Cameron has now changed his stance.

Mr Cameron was asked about his comments during a weekly convention with the Members of Parliament, where he jokingly checked his microphone was working, referred to “tips on diplomacy” and said he had made “many unforced errors” in the past 24 hours.

Answering a question from a Member of Parliament, he praised the action taken by Afghanistan and Nigeria and warned cutting off aid to those countries could harm the UK in the long run.

Asked whether the Prime Minister knew his remarks to the Queen were being recorded, Downing Street said: “The cameras are very close to him, there are multiple cameras in the room.”



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