Although George W Bush and Gordon Brown have met before, this weekend sees the new British Prime Minister hold their first full meeting as heads of government. The two men will spend the weekend at Camp David before a formal press conference on Monday. Mr Brown then flies on to the United Nations in a deliberate underlining of his commitment to a multilateralist foreign policy. Journalists will be keen to look for a change in the US-UK relationship that was so close during the Blair years. Although, as reported, the meeting will likely be more businesslike - because of Mr Brown's style - the new Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary have gone out of his way to make it clear that their "commitment to work with the American government in general, and the Bush administration in particular, is resolute." Don't expect any 'Colgate moments' or any big policy shifts.