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ISIS Launches Russian Language Magazine

In the same week that David Cameron and Vladimir Putin agreed to open up dialogue and work together to "stop the rise of ISIL", the terror group has released its first edition of a new propaganda magazine written in Russian. The magazine, called 'Istok', was released by Al-Hayat Media Center, the foreign language media division of Isis. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Grabs Early Lead In The World Primary

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WASHINGTON -- This April, London was in the grip of a ferocious campaign for Parliament. But on the morning of April 13, neither Conservative David Cameron nor Labourite Ed Miliband led the front pages of the U.K.'s national newspapers. Show More Summary

David Cameron’s contradictory EU stance

Of all the talks he will have with European leaders about his plans to renegotiate Britain’s relationship with Europe, David Cameron was always likely to enjoy his meeting with Angela… Continue reading The post David Cameron’s contradictory EU stance appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

A gay-marriage arms race is happening right now in Europe

There’s a veritable gay-marriage arms race happening in Europe this month. British Prime Minister David Cameron, a vocal champion of same-sex marriage, was reelected with an overwhelming majority on May 7 — proving that supporting marriage equality is not a political career killer. The people of Ireland became the first in the world to legalize […]

Warsaw to Reject UK Plans to Curb Benefits to EU Migrants - PM's Aide

Warsaw will reject UK Prime Miniser David Cameron’s plans to curb benefits to EU migrants, a senior aide to Polish Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz said Friday.

Cameron and Merkel Meet to Rekindle Ancient Alliance

UK Prime Minister David Cameron meets Germany's Angela Merkel on Friday for crucial talks over Britain's membership of the European Union. Both leaders know they will have to make compromises, but history is on their side.

Cameron seeks to court Merkel in bid to reshape Britain's EU ties

BERLIN (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron meets German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday in an attempt to gauge how far Berlin will go to keep the world's fifth-largest economy inside the European Union ahead of a referendum on membership.

Poland sees tough talks on Britain's EU immigrant plan

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland will be very firm in its talks with Prime Minister David Cameron over the situation of Polish immigrants in Britain and would reject changing EU treaties, ministers from the Eastern European country said.

The Europhiles need to act soon — or lose momentum to the sceptics

Who will speak up for Britain’s relationship with Europe? Even those abroad have noticed that the recent talk from the government and pressure groups has all been tinged with Euroscepticism. During David Cameron’s visit… Continue reading The post The Europhiles need to act soon — or lose momentum to the sceptics appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Cameron to Meet Merkel in Berlin Amid Potential Brexit Talks

UK Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday in Berlin as part of a round of meetings with European leaders over Britain's potential exit from the European Union.

UK takes hard line on EU reform as Cameron starts European tour

LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron said Britain's relationship with the European Union was "not good enough" after his foreign minister warned the bloc had to change its founding treaties and give London a meaty reform deal to keep it as a member.

UK's Cameron tells France's Hollande EU status quo 'not good enough'

PARIS (Reuters) - France wants Britain to remain in the European Union, President Francois Hollande said on Thursday after talks with UK Prime Minister David Cameron, who insisted the status quo in Europe was "not good enough".

FIFA scandal day 2: Sepp Blatter clings on but storm shows no sign of abating

LONDON — The storm surrounding FIFA showed no sign of abating Thursday as the world continued watching the organisation's house of cards wobbling in the wind. David Cameron weighed in, Sepp Blatter faced intense questioning over hisShow More Summary

Will Cameron’s renegotiation efforts be boosted by the Out campaign’s troubles?

David Cameron is in Holland and France today trying to pave the way for the renegotiation of the terms of Britain’s EU membership. Number 10 believe that now the referendum… Continue reading The post Will Cameron’s renegotiation efforts be boosted by the Out campaign’s troubles? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

A giant bird just flew into Number 10 Downing Street

A heron just flew into Number 10 Downing Street, according to a special advisor to the UK government. Ramsay Jones, special advisor to Prime Minister David Cameron on Scotland, said on Twitter that the bird apparently had a stroll around before sitting atop the famous black door of the Prime Minister's official residence in Westminster. Show More Summary

Is This Any Way to Run a Country?

On March 30 the House of Commons dissolved and Great Britain entered five weeks of campaigning to determine a new government. David Cameron's five years as prime minister in the coalition government was over; it was time for voters to...Show More Summary

Ja, aber: Germany and Cameron’s quest for EU-reform.

Ahead of David Cameron's visit with German Chancellor Angela Merkel tomorrow, Michael Wohlgemuth, Director of Open Europe Berlin, assesses how the wider German audience perceives of the UK-EU debate, making recommendations on how the drive for EU reform can cut through. The post Ja, aber: Germany and Cameron’s quest for EU-reform. appeared first on Open Europe.

UK's Cameron Accused of Dealing Blow to Human Rights

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has been accused of threatening basic human rights by proposing a Bill of Rights which would replace the country's obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights.

The Queen's Speech - and the Ghost of Margaret Thatcher Roars With Approval

Margaret Thatcher may have died in 2013, but the Queen's Speech shows that Thatcherism lives on - and is indeed in rude health in David Cameron's Britain.

Cameron to Meet Hollande in Paris Amid Talks About Possible Brexit

UK Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to meet French President Francois Hollande on Thursday in Paris as part of a round of meetings with European leaders concerning Britain's possible exit from the European Union.

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