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25 February 2012

Saturday caption competition: when Hillary met David

What's the PM pointing at? Why's Hillary Clinton laughing maniacally?

By New Statesman

Every now and then the Friday caption competition becomes the Saturday caption competition. There’s no good reason — occasionally there’s too much news around on a Friday afternoon, more often than not we simply forget.

Anyway, consider this a Saturday treat — it’s better than watching the Six Nations, if nothing else.

So, what’s David Cameron pointing at? And why is Hillary Clinton laughing maniacally?

Suggested captions below, please.

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