Cameron Holds 'Warm' Talks With Sarkozy At No 10

David Cameron has held talks with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, focused on Afghanistan, the economy and priorities for next week's G8 summit.The two met in Downing Street after events to mark the anniversary of General de Gaulle's 1940 broadcast to France to resist Nazi occupation.No 10 said the meeting had been "very warm" and had been an opportunity to "build personal relationships".Friday's meeting came 24 hours after Mr Cameron's first EU summit as prime minister.Following their meeting in Paris last month, the BBC's Europe Editor Gavin Hewitt said the two men clearly got on well and were keen to stress both the historical and contemporary ties between the two countries.At Thursday's summit the UK and France differed over ways to support the eurozone during the current debt crisis afflicting several EU countries and prevent a repeat in the future. No 10 said the two leaders had discussed "shared priorities" - ahead of the upcoming meetings of both the G8 and G20 groups of indus