Prime Minister David Cameron said that the lower house of the UK parliament will hold the vote on December 2 on whether the country should launch a military campaign against Daesh in Syria.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's opposition Labour Party said on Monday its lawmakers could vote according to their consciences on air strikes against militants in Syria, a move which may hand Prime Minister David Cameron the parliamentary majority he needs.
World AIDS Day is celebrated annually on the 1st December. It'a an opportunity for people around the world to see how connected we are in our fight against HIV, to show our support for people living with HIV and to commemorate those who have died. Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron’s promise of a referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union formed an integral part of a successful General Election campaign that saw him return to office with a parliamentary majority in May. Faced with growing skepticism about the country’s EU membership, primarily fueled by [...]
UK Prime Minister David Cameron is facing increasing criticism over plans for Britain to join the anti-ISIL coalition in Syria, after a former NATO commander warned the UK's intervention would not defeat the group and could be the first step in becoming involved in a "bloody" long-term war.
A European official says British Prime Minister David Cameron and European Council President Donald Tusk will meet Sunday night to discuss the technicalities of the process needed if the U.K. decides to exit the bloc in the next couple...Show More Summary
UK Prime Minister David Cameron and European Council President Donald Tusk certify the progress reached during the negotiations on the conditions of the United Kingdom's EU membership, the Downing Street said Sunday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron expects a "substantive discussion" with fellow EU leaders next month on his demands for reforms of the bloc, officials said after talks on Sunday with the EU's chief negotiat...
Tomorrow, world leaders will convene in Paris for the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, and today, Greenpeace UK organized a People’s March For Climate in London “to show Prime Minister David Cameron that we want firm action on climate change.” Thom Yorke, who signed an open letter on Friday urging international leaders to reach […]
UK Prime Minister David Cameron said he would order Britain’s Royal Air Force to target Islamic State militant group leadership in Syria, if the parliament backs his proposal to extend the UK anti-ISIL campaign to Syria, local media reported Sunday.
Prior to the Thanksgiving holiday, British Prime Minister David Cameron was facing solid opposition to his push that would bring more support for the United Kingdom to expand their war against the Islamic State from Iraq into Syria, after the terrorist group launched a series of well-coordinated attacks in Paris on November 13, 2015. Show More Summary
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.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday that his fellow citizens are “not happy” with the EU status quo.
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