The world awoke several weeks ago to a shocking turn of events. With a decisive margin, the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union and in the wake of that decision UK Prime Minister David Cameron has announced his intention to resign and leave office within the next few months. Show More Summary
NEW YORK - Following British Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation, Theresa May, the British Conservative Party leader who currently serves as the country's home secretary, is expected to succeed Mr. Cameron. In response to these developments, American Jewish Congress (AJCongress) President Jack Rosen and Vice President Dr. Show More Summary
The deadly attack during the Bastille Day celebrations in Nice is "sickening and dreadful," Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron said Friday.
On his last day as Prime Minister David Cameron came out to speak to reporters and when we was done, turned away and hummed a short tune followed by “right!” But his mic was still on, and after news outlets played it, musicians began turning it into full-blown pieces of music…
Britain's former Prime Minister David Cameron, who confesses to loving Indian food, ordered from his favorite Tandoori restaurant for one last time at the Prime Minister's official residence.
Amber Rudd has been appointed as Home Secretary by the new Prime Minister Theresa May. Rudd was secretary of state for energy and climate change under former Prime Minister David Cameron and she will now take the post vacated by May, making her one of the most powerful government ministers. Show More Summary
"I was the future once," remarked British Prime Minister David Cameron in the House of Commons, a wistful note on his last day as head of his nation's government. He vacated 10 Downing Street on Wednesday after fast-tracking a resignation that, just months ago, would have seemed almost implausible. Show More Summary
Michael Fallon has kept his post amid the UK cabinet reshuffle in the wake of former Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation, according to statement of Downing Street.
Queen Elizabeth II resignation of ritish Prime Minister David Cameron, according to a Buckingham Palace spokesperson.
Outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron arrived at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday to officially request Queen Elizabeth II to accept his resignation.
By Wednesday night, the United Kingdom will have a new Prime Minister. David Cameron is making an early departure after the race to replace...
Outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron has been farewelled by MPs in a light-hearted final Prime Minister’s Question Time in parliament, with lawmakers channeling Monty Python, Top Gear, fashion advice and even 10 Downing Street’s resident cat during the tribute.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron's satisfaction ratings sank to the lowest mark ever, 28 percent, on his last day in the office, a poll revealed on Wednesday.
Outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron will formally tender his resignation to the Queen
British Prime Minister David Cameron received a standing ovation from colleagues at the close of his final session of prime minister's questions. The members of the House of Commons rose as one to thank a smiling Cameron for his six years of service as a Conservative prime minister. During the...
Apart from being remembered as the man who drove the UK over the cliff, Prime Minister David Cameron may also go down in history as the one who inspired the most music. All because he left his mic on after he made his speech on Monday...Show More Summary
As a big blue moving van rolled up to 10 Downing Street in London and outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron made ready to hand off to his newly anointed successor Theresa May, Britons were fixated by questions momentous and mundane: When would the new leader execute “Brexit”? And what would...
British Prime Minister David Cameron formally announced his resignation Monday. However, this momentous news was capped by an unlikely musical coda. As he walked away from the cameras and back into 10 Downing Street, Cameron unselfconsciously...Show More Summary
LONDON — The outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron has one day to pack up his belongings and leave 10 Downing Street, making way for his successor, Theresa May. But there’s at least one thing he’ll leave behind: Larry the Cat. “Larry is staying. He’s very much the Downing Street cat, not the Camerons’ personal cat. […]
In which UK Prime Minister David Cameron's sad little swan song (also a ringtone!) is revealed to be a soft launch for a new menacing evil party themesong for the UK Conservatives, as befits their new leader. (more…)