ISE-SHIMA, Japan (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday that no dates had been fixed for a potential visit by Donald Trump to Britain but that he would be happy to meet the presumptive Republican presidential nominee if he did visit. "Often these candidates chose to come through various European countries in the run up to the U.S. elections. No dates are fixed but I am always happy to meet people on that basis," Cameron told reporters at the G7.
An Egyptian human rights activist said on Thursday that airport security officials prevented him flying to Tunisia and told him he was banned from travel. Mohamed Zaree, the Egypt office director of the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, told Reuters he was banned from travel due to his involvement in a high profile case where authorities accuse NGOs of receiving foreign funds to sow chaos. Egyptian rights activists say they are facing the worst assault in their history amid a wider campaign to erase the freedoms won in the 2011 uprising that ended Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule.
ISE-SHIMA, Japan (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday that figures showing net migration at its second highest level on record were disappointing but that he expected the trend to change. At a meeting of the G7 industrial powers, Cameron said people had been drawn to Britain because the economy had outperformed others in Europe for several years, a key issue ahead of next month's EU referendum. "We've had a situation where for some years the British economy has been the growth economy, the job-creating economy in the European Union and I think that is one of the things that lies behind those figures.