David Cameron said that the United Kingdom will keep campaigning for EU reforms no matter of UK referendum results on EU membership.
Earlier this week China urged objectivity of Trump as a GOP nominee. Former Mexican president Vicente Fox apologized to Donald... The post David Cameron Joins China and Mexico: “Donald Trump Deserves Respect” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
In an apparent U-turn, the U.K. plans to take in more unaccompanied Syrian refugee children who are living in Europe, Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron said. While he declined to provide a specific number of children, Cameron, who...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, British Prime Minister David Cameron announced that the United Kingdom will accept more unaccompanied children among the hundreds of thousands of migrants and refugees currently stranded in Europe. In a speech to members of Parliament, Cameron did not specify exactly how many. Although the British government had pledged in January to take in child […]
A British imam has demanded an apology from UK Prime Minister David Cameron, after the PM described him as being an extremist who supports Daesh.
The only US Republican Party presidential candidate Donald Trump deserves respect for going through the nominating process but remains wrong on his anti-Muslim policy, British Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Thursday he would not apologize to Donald Trump after he became the Republican party’s presumptive presidential candidate for calling his proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States stupid and wrong. Cameron made the comment about Trump...
Japanese investors profit greatly from Britain’s EU membership and the countries need a Japan-EU free trade pact to increase their prosperity, UK Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday.
Security, prosperity and opportunity for all will be the themes of the Queen’s Speech on May 18, No. 10 has indicated, as David Cameron is set to reveal tough new laws to clamp down on extremists. This carries on from plans announced last year. Show More Summary
As Londons mayoral race heats up, David Camerons party faces accusations of using a Muslim candidates heritage against him to stoke fears of terrorism.
Football was the talk of the town in Westminster on Wednesday. In the first Prime Minister’s Question Time since Leicester City won the Premier League, the achievement of the Foxes received plenty of hoorays in Parliament. In one exchange, David Cameron called on Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker to stay true to his […]
A long-delayed report detailing the United Kingdom’s role in the Iraq War would be published after the June 23 referendum on EU membership, UK Prime Minister David Cameron said Wednesday.
David Cameron has called for Gary Lineker to keep his promise that he would present Match of the Day in his underwear if his former team Leicester City won the Premier League.
There was a comedy exchange in Parliament on Wednesday during Prime Minister’s Question Time. Labour MP Keith Vaz, a big Leicester fan, wore his Foxes scarf as he directed a question to David Cameron. Keith Vaz asked the PM if he believed that Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker needs to keep his promise […]
British Prime Minister David Cameron should apologize to US Presidential hopeful Donald Trump for labeling the American's remarks about Muslims as "divisive, stupid and wrong," one of Trump's advisers has said.
Justice Secretary and Brexiteer Michael Gove is currently the peoples' choice to take over as Conservative Party leader when David Cameron steps down, according to ConservativeHome, an independent publication covering the British Conservative...Show More Summary
David Cameron's pledge to build a property-owning democracy is called into serious question by a landmark survey revealing that almost four in 10 of those who do not own a home believe they will never be able to do so....The findings...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) At his press conference with Prime Minister David Cameron on April 22 in London, Obama took up the subject of Churchill. “I love Winston Churchill, love the guy,” Obama asserted, and it wasn’t the phonies thing he had to say at the press conference. Show More Summary
Heckuva a week! Finish it strong, with our morning train reads: • First Obama, Now Cameron Speaks Out on Fund Fees (Evidence Investor) see also David Cameron takes aim at fund managers’ hidden charges (FT) • The wolves of Tel Aviv: Israel’s vast, amoral binary options scam exposed (Times of Israel) • Larry Summers Is Wrong. Show More Summary
Plans to prevent EU migrant workers in Germany receiving benefits until they have been working in the country for five years have been slammed by anti-EU campaigners as hypocritical, since UK Prime Minister David Cameron struggled to reach agreement on a similar move in Britain.