Oil giant BP's response to a collapsed rig spewing oil into the Gulf of Mexico is expected to dominate telephone talks on Saturday afternoon between US President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron.
REUTERS - BP Plc's handling of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill was expected to overshadow talks on Saturday between U.S. President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron.
BP oil spill in Gulf of Mexico
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- Ten years on, trial over Prestige oil spill opens in Spain
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- Court upholds Total conviction in 1999 'Erika' oil spill
- US accuses BP of 'willful misconduct' in Gulf oil spill
- Oil spill hits New Zealand coast as storm approaches
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- UN calls for initial $1 billion dollar fund to clean up oil pollution
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Date created : 2010-06-12