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Section: General News - As Prime Minister David Cameron makes his first visit to Washington as the British leader, he is expected to defend embattled oil company BP. In addition to the Gulf oil spill, American lawmakers are displeased that the oil giant may have had a hand in the release of the alleged Lockerbie bomber, freed last year on compassionate grounds. Mr. Cameron and President Obama are also expected to discuss Afghanistan; Mr. Cameron says he would like British troops out by 2015.
The British prime minister has much to discuss in his first official meeting with President Obama.
Dana Allin, an expert in transatlantic relations at International Institute for …