1. 'Champagne Socialist' Victory

    Cameron Taunted in Parliament

    Image #: 14826525    Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves 10 Downing Street in London July 20, 2011. Cameron is to make a statement on phone hacking to parliament on Tuesday.  REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett   (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA CRIME LAW)       REUTERS /SUZANNE PLUNKETT /LANDOV

    Suzanne Plunkett, Reuters / Landov

    Now to the pubs! British Prime Minister David Cameron was trounced in Parliament today after a cabinet revolt killed off his plan for a new minimum price for alcohol. Labour leader Ed Miliband mocked Cameron for making a “U-turn” on his alcohol policies, accusing him of being unable to organize “anything in a brewery.” Cameron had initially vowed to end cheap alcohol sales, raising the prospect that Chancellor George Osborne might use next week’s budget to sharply increase taxes on inexpensive booze blamed for the country’s heavy drinking habits. But Cameron ultimately lost this one, taking hit after hit from Miliband, who seized on reports of unrest within Cameron’s cabinet and claimed his government was “falling apart.”  

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