U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama met with British Prime Gordon Brown on Saturday on the last leg of his weeklong overseas tour.
The two discussed foreign policy issues and the "special relationship" between Britain and America during two hours of talks inside 10 Downing Street, the prime minister's London residence.
The pair made the most of the sunshine by sitting outside on the patio, even taking a stroll toward adjacent St. James's Park, much to the surprise of nearby tourists. Read full article »
CNN's Ed Hornick, Steve Brusk and Sasha Johnson contributed to this report.