Hollande, Cameron Seek Common Ground
French President Francois Hollande and British Prime Minister David Cameron have made one voice on the need for harmony, despite the two leaders' differences over the eurozone crisis.
During Hollande's first state visit to Britain Tuesday, the socialist president agreed on a number of on foreign policy issues with Cameron and made light of earlier rows over economic policy and tax.
Cameron, while admitting there will always be areas of conflicting views, said both countries would continue to work together and singled out cooperation in the energy defense sectors.
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