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Britons expect Cameron to get poor EU deal: poll

LONDON (Reuters) - A clear majority of Britons do not expect Prime Minister David Cameron to get a good deal in his renegotiation of Britain's EU membership terms, according to a poll on Saturday, adding to the pressure on him ahead of next week's meeting of leaders.

Russian Embassy in UK Disappointed Cameron Thinks Russia Invaded Ukraine

The Russian embassy in the United Kingdom expressed disappointed Saturday that UK Prime Minister David Cameron had accused Russia of "invading" Ukraine and compared it to North Korea.

William Hill makes it 7/1 that Cameron will step down this year

A good bet not? William Hill say political punters have been backing David Cameron to stand down as Tory leader either this year or next, in anticipation of either a defeat or only narrow win in the EU Referendum, which has to take place before the end of 2017. Hills currently offer 7/1 that Cameron […]

Cameron defends Britain's desire for sovereignty before EU summit

HAMBURG, Germany (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron defended Britain's desire to protect its sovereignty on Friday, appealing for understanding from the European Union in his talks for better membership terms that could be decided next week.

Nicky Morgan has proposed the worst possible way to calculate a gender pay gap

Back in July 2015, David Cameron announced he’d close the gender pay gap in the next decade. Proposing to take the first step by making larger firms publish their pay gap figures, I wrote up a response for the Spectator’s Coffee House, arguing that this was an ill-conceived idea: His plan to force businesses with […]

Merkel and Cameron Meet in Hamburg as History Repeats Itself

It should come as no surprise to political historians that UK Prime Minister David Cameron has chosen the North German port city of Hamburg to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel to flesh out the last details of his bid to keep the UK inside the European Union.

Brexit: Fear and Leaving

Writing in Slate, Anne Applebaum, writing from a europhile perspective, looks at David Cameron’s grim little ‘renegotiation’: This is worth noting: What could happen if Britain votes to leave? As I said, we don’t know. It might have to drop out of Europe’s single market, in which case the British would pay more to trade in Europe. Show More Summary

Technology Is A Better Fix For The Syrian Crisis Than Donations And Aid

Last week in London, UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced that the Syria Donors Conference had raised more than $10 billion in donations for the crisis in that benighted country, of which $6 billion alone will be spent in 2016. The US, UK and Germany all promised significant increases in aid. [...]

He's Never Been Charged: WikiLeaks Smacks Down Cameron Over Assange Claims

WikiLeaks has hit back at British Prime Minister David Cameron for spreading incorrect information after the PM claimed that Julian Assange was "being asked to stand trial in Sweden."

David Cameron Comments on Premier League Ticket Pricing Amid Liverpool Protests

Prime Minister David Cameron has vowed to "look very carefully" at ticket prices in the Premier League amid protests from Liverpool fans over the Reds' announcement of an increase to matchday tickets. According to the Guardian, at Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday, Cameron commented on the issue after it was brought up by MP Clive Efford. Show More Summary

Manuel Barroso reckons Cameron's EU reforms won't slow immigration

Former President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso has said that he doesn't think British Prime Minister David Cameron's attempts to renegotiate Britain's relationship with the EU will do anything to slow down migrationShow More Summary

U.K. Conservatives Urged To Ditch Populist European Allies Alternative For Germany

4 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

Britain’s center-right Conservative party is being urged to ditch one of its right-wing bedfellows in the European parliament. At home in the U.K., Conservative politicians, led by British Prime Minister David Cameron, are trying to seize the political center ground. Show More Summary

Brexit: Will Calais Come To Kent (and Other Matters)?

David Cameron’s ‘renegotiation’ of the terms of the UK’s membership of the EU was designed to encourage reluctant Brits to vote to remain in the union in an in/out referendum that may be held as early as June (the deadline is the end...Show More Summary

Thousands of refugees may enter Britain if it leaves EU: Cameron

LONDON (Reuters) - Thousands of refugees could flock to Britain from France if voters decide to leave the European Union, a spokesman for David Cameron said on Monday, underlining the prime minister's stance that an exit would hurt security.

LOOK: Chinese New Year celebrations from around the world

5 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Dragons in London, Monkey Kings in New York, it appears that more people outside of China than just Mark Zuckerberg and David Cameron like to celebrate Chinese New Year. [ more › ]

Prison Doesn't Work - But it Could

I see that David Cameron, the expert of experts on all things, has now swung the brilliant beam of his intelligence towards the problem of our prisons, and the political reporters, also experts on everything, have written about it. Before...

Mark Ruffalo Tells David Cameron He’s Wrong On Fracking

Mark Ruffalo warned Britain PM David Cameron he is making a big “legacy ruining mistake” by supporting fracking in the UK. Actor and environmental activist Mark Ruffalo has been protesting against gas drilling for years and most recently called on Barack Obama to ban fracking in the US. Show More Summary

From beyond the grave, 'Iron Lady' Thatcher haunts Britain's EU debate

LONDON (Reuters) - A quarter of a century since Margaret Thatcher was deposed by her own party, Britain's 'Iron Lady' has stirred a row: Would the hero of Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative party have voted to leave the European Union?

David Cameron is going to warn everyone that the Calais jungle will come to England if there's a Brexit

Prime Minister David Cameron is going to try and convince the British public that if they vote for Britain to leave the EU, the infamous refugee camp in Calais known as the "Jungle" will move from France to England. The Telegraph claim...Show More Summary

Cameron Set to Announce 'Wholesale Reform' of UK Prison System

UK Prime Minister David Cameron will announce Monday a "wholesale reform" of the country’s prison system, including introduction of so-called "reform prisons."

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