David Cameron, the British Tory leader, and Gordon Brown, the Labor prime minister, go at it very regularly in the House of Commons, with a blogospheric level of snark and passion and argument. They don't seem to like each other...
As noted below, Gordon Brown has officially resigned as Prime Minister and reports have it that he will also resign his seat in Parliament and exit politics. Meanwhile, Tory leader David Cameron has exited an audience with the Queen... Read Post
Gordon Brown produced his most combative Commons performance for many months today as he mocked David Cameron as a smooth-talking PR man who dreamt up his tax policies "on the playing fields of Eton". More on England Read Post
British Prime Minister David Cameron hosted a senior Muslim Brotherhood spokesperson last year at the historic country retreat of Chequers in Buckinghamshire, which serves as the prime minister's weekend base. The story came from Da... Read Post