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'''10 Downing Street''' is the official residence of the [[Prime Minister of the United Kingdom]]. It has been home to every [[Prime Minister of the United Kingdom|Prime Minister]] save the first, Robert Walpole. This tradition started in 1730.<ref>[http://www.number10.gov.uk Downing Street website]</ref>
'''10 Downing Street''' is the official residence of the [[Prime Minister of the United Kingdom]]. It has been home to every [[Prime Minister of the United Kingdom|Prime Minister]] save the first, Robert Walpole. This tradition started in 1730.<ref>[http://www.number10.gov.uk Downing Street website]</ref>


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10 Downing Street [r]: Official residence of the First Lord of the Treasury, invariably also the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, in Whitehall, London. [e]

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10 Downing Street. David Cameron (left) has been UK Prime Minister since May 2010; Nick Clegg is Deputy Prime Minister.

10 Downing Street is the official residence of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. It has been home to every Prime Minister save the first, Robert Walpole. This tradition started in 1730.[1]

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