From the British newspaper Telegraph "TV" YouTube channel:
"Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a passionate defence of Britain at the G20 Summit in St Petersburg, saying he would challenge anyone to come up with a country with a prouder history, with a bigger heart, with a greater resilience".
David Cameron's outbreak of patriotism comes after a senior Russian official at the G20 summit in St Petersburg dismissed the UK as "a small island no one listens to".
His lengthy praise of Britain's historical achievements and contemporary contribution drew comparisons to a scene from Richard Curtis's film Love Actually. The Prime Minister, played by Hugh Grant, tells a joint press conference with the bullying US President that he fears the special relationship has turned sour. "We may be a small country, but we are a great one too," he says. "A country of Shakespeare, Churchill, the Beatles, Harry Potter. David Beckham's right foot. David Beckham's left foot, come to that."