British Prime Minister Visits Marathon Bombings Memorial

Cameron, in Booker's office, speaks with the mayor and police officials as reporters look on.

British Prime Minister David Cameron is spending time this week in Boston to offer his condolences to Gov. Deval Patrick on the Boston Marathon bombings and also discuss the lessons learned from the tragedy, according to

The news station reported Cameron arrived in Boston Monday and went into a private meeting with Patrick. While Cameron didn’t address the meeting with reporters after the meeting, WCVB reported Patrick said the meeting “was great.”

Early Tuesday morning, Cameron and Patrick visited the makeshift Boston Marathon bombings memorial in Copley Square, according to an Associated Press report on

Cameron met with President Barack Obama at the White House Monday before coming to Boston, according to WBUR.

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