Now that the Davies Commission has made its recommendation, the ball is back in the government’s court. The biggest immediate challenge the government has to face is David Cameron’s 2009… Continue reading The post What happens next with Heathrow? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
David Cameron’s decision to bin the disastrous measure of child poverty is an important step towards improving young people’s life chances. Its very existence has led policymakers to use tax credits… Continue reading The post It’s time to measure child poverty properly appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron said Wednesday he hoped that unconventional gas sites would be approved in the United Kingdom after Lancashire county council rejected fracking proposals.
David Cameron in 2013 reaffirming his 2009 pledge that “The third runway at Heathrow is not going ahead, no ifs, no buts.” It might be a novel experience for the Tory Party to be split on issue other than than EU, but the third runway at Heathrow has the potential to be just as problematic. […]
Harriet Harman began at PMQs by asking about the situation in Tunisia. The mood of the House was appropriately sombre as this issue was discussed and there was much agreement… Continue reading The post PMQs: David Cameron gives the impression he isn’t sold on a third runway at Heathrow appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
David Cameron has signalled that he intends to ban strong encryption — putting the British government on a collision course with some of the biggest tech companies in the world. As reported by Politics.co.uk, the British Prime Minister reaffirmed his commitment to tackling strong encryption products in Parliament on Monday in response to a question. Show More Summary
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) Headmasters and teachers at Britain’s privately owned and state-run schools have been ordered to be on the lookout for Muslim extremists attempting to “groom” youngsters to their cause. The new legal requirement...Show More Summary
In 2012 Charlotte Church met with David Cameron at the Conservative Party Conference as part of a Hacked Off fringe event. Although the meeting appeared to be civil at the time,… Continue reading The post Charlotte Church to be reunited with David Cameron at this year’s Tory conference appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
British Prime Minister David Cameron wants the BBC to quit calling ISIS the “Islamic State”. It is a perversion of... The post British PM Cameron: Quit Calling it the “Islamic State” – The Term Is Perversion of ‘Peaceful Religion’ appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Barack Obama spoke with David Cameron about fighting extremism in light of last week’s terrorist attack in Tunisia and about ways to keep Greece within the Eurozone.
The minute’s silence before David Cameron’s statement to the House gave proceedings in the Commons this afternoon a particularly sombre air. When Cameron spoke at the despatch box, he announced… Continue reading The post Cameron wants the UK to be more ‘intolerant of intolerance’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
David Cameron says group poses existential threat to West, days after at least 30 UK tourists died in attack in Tunisia.
David Cameron’s former director of strategy Steve Hilton recently wrote in The Spectator that Glastonbury is not merely a ‘left-wing utopia’, arguing that it operates in accordance with conservative principles. Mr… Continue reading The post David Cameron takes centre stage at Glastonbury appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
After Friday's deadly attack by a gunman in Tunisia, British Prime Minister David Cameron promises a "full-spectrum" response to ISIS extremism. At least 15 British residents are among the 38 killed, and that number is expected to rise. New images and footage of the rampage reveal more details of what happened. Charlie D'Agata reports from Sousse, Tunisia.
As the investigation into Friday's massacre in Tunisia continues, UK Prime Minister David Cameron has called for a backlash against ISIL which he accuses of "ancient barbarism" and "peddling and plotting its death cult."
The Islamic State militant group now poses more threat to the West than al-Qaeda, British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron warned on Monday that Islamic State militants based in Syria and Iraq were planning specific attacks against Britain, saying they posed an existential threat to the West.
(Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said that Friday's attack at a Tunisian hotel demonstrated the "level of evil" Britain is dealing with and drew parallels with previous attacks at magazine offices in Paris and in schools in Pakistan.
Today’s Sunday Times is reporting (££) BORIS JOHNSON is preparing to call for a “no” vote in Britain’s referendum on the European Union in an attempt to extract greater concessions from Brussels than David Cameron is demanding. In a stance that puts him on a collision course with the prime minister, the mayor of London […]
Cameron could win the vote and still lose his job Selling the deal to the country was always going to be the easy bit. The tough ask for David Cameron is selling it to his party. The outcome of this week’s summit is, in that sense, one step forwards and two steps back. Simply getting […]