UK Prime Minister David Cameron on Saturday ruled out the possibility of Britain’s participation in ground operations against Islamic State militants in Syria in a speech delivered at the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Malta.
British Prime Minister David Cameron desperately wants to get involved in Syria and bomb ISIL; however he doesn’t have a clue just what’s really going on in Syria, while his plan of defeating ISIL is as real as a pink unicorn grazing on the plains of Atlantis, Kapil Komireddi wrote for Information Clearing House.
Over 7,500 Brits have signed up to protest Prime Minister David Cameron's proposal to launch airstrikes in Syria outside his official residence on Saturday, the rally’s organizers said.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and UK Prime Minister David Cameron called on Friday for diplomatic efforts to reach political solution to the conflict in Syria through the Vienna talks, the United Nations said in a statement.
British Prime Minister David Cameron pledged over 20 million pounds in international aid on Friday to help small island states deal with the effects of climate change. Cameron also committed 5.6 million pounds to island nations to help them manage natural resources and combat pollution, Bloomberg reported. Show More Summary
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has been urged to identify what ground forces he intends on supporting in any potential military intervention in Syria, after the PM said there were 70,000 moderate fighters who could benefit from British airstrikes and take back ISIL-controlled land in the country.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron is facing a political crisis after calling for support for airstrikes against ISIL in Syria, but failing to gain the support of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn who has now caused a major rift in the opposition.
This morning David Cameron told Parliament that there are ‘about 70,000 Syrian opposition fighters on the ground who do not… The post Yes, there are 70,000 moderate opposition fighters in Syria. Here’s what we know about them appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Memorandum to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee Prime Minister's Response to the Foreign Affairs Select Committee's Second Report of Session 2015-16: The Extension of Offensive British Military Operations to Syria Introduction Whether or not to use military force is one of the most significant decisions that any government takes. Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday that his fellow citizens are “not happy” with the EU status quo.
Justin Trudeau stirs the etiquette police with a two-handed handshake for British Prime Minister David Cameron The post The tactile politics of Justin Trudeau appeared first on Macleans.ca.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has told the House of Commons that the head of MI5 and the Joint Intelligence Committee has assessed the UK as being "in the top tier of countries ISIL was targeting."
The House of Commons was packed on Thursday as MPs crowded into the chamber to hear Prime Minister David Cameron outline his plans to bomb Syria. There was, however, one notable absence — Alex Salmond. Instead of taking part in the debate,...Show More Summary
As Prime Minister David Cameron’s driver was adjusting his parking job while waiting to take him to the Spending Review conference currently ongoing in London, it nudged a poor, lowly Land Rover that was stationary behind it. If theShow More Summary
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has faced opposition over his plans to join the fight against ISIL in Syria, with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn warning of the "unintended consequences" of such actions, while the SNP ruled out supporting the proposal without a satisfactory long-term strategy.
In the 2009 Pre-Budget Report the Labour government proposed a rise in employers' National Insurance Contributions. David Cameron said the measure was a "jobs killer" and George Osborne attacked it as a "tax rise on jobs" that "will stamp out...
British Air Forces will use in a potential aerial campaign in Syria high precision missile systems to minimize civilian casualties on the ground, UK Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday.
PM David Cameron says Britain shouldn't 'sub-contract' its security to allies.
On the day UK Prime Minister David Cameron outlined to parliament the case for joining the US and others in bombing ISIL in Syria, the ex-chief of Britain's intelligence arm MI6 has warned that surveillance powers remain crucial as the terror threat rises.
It has to be a given that David Cameron knew that the special fund he allowed OFMdFM to accumulate from service budgets elsewhere would, by and large, not be needed. Inviting local parties to put their ladder up against the wrong wall. And yet, despite some euphoric headlines (from the Mirror that Labour forced a U-Turn, more...