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David Cameron Promises To Do Away With 'Safe Spaces' On The Internet

3 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Earlier this year, there were some questions raised when it appeared that UK Prime Minister David Cameron was suggesting that he wanted to undermine all encryption on the internet. Later, some suggested he was looking more at undermining end point security. Show More Summary

Russell Brand Blames U.K. Government For Tunisia Beach Massacre: ‘Stop Bombing These Foreign Countries’

Big mouth funny man Russell Brand has blamed the U.K. government for the Tunisia beach massacre and claims he holds British Prime Minister David Cameron and the Conservative Party responsible for the killing spree of drug addled ISIS killer Seifiddine Rezgui. Show More Summary

UK PM David Cameron Wants To Ban Encryption In Britain

Prime Minister David Cameron. 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. More »      

Cameron Says Hopeful About Approval of 'Unconventional Gas Sites' in UK

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.

Prime Minister David Cameron: British Schools Must Root Out Muslim Extremists

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

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

British PM Cameron: Quit Calling it the “Islamic State” – The Term Is Perversion of ‘Peaceful Religion’

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.

Tunisia terror suspect captured on camera moments after rampage

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.

Tunisia Massacre: Cameron Calls for Action Against 'Ancient Barbarism'

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."

ISIL Replaces Reduced Al-Qaeda Threat in Asia - Cameron

The Islamic State militant group now poses more threat to the West than al-Qaeda, British Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday.

Cameron: IS militants are plotting 'terrible' attacks in Britain

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.

British PM calls for dealing with Islamic State threat at 'source': The Telegraph

(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.

Cameron Outmaneuvered by Merkel, Hollande Over EU Treaty Change

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has once again been outmaneuvered by his counterparts, Germany's Angela Merkel and France's Francois Hollande by failing to get changes to EU treaties agreed ahead of the UK's In/Our referendum.

The British government just admitted it may fail to ratify reforms ahead of the make-or-break Brexit referendum

UK Prime Minister David Cameron faces angering the British public, the opposition, and even factions of his own party after government officials acknowledged that it is highly unlikely that Cameron will be able to seal a new deal and...Show More Summary

British PM Cameron says delighted EU renegotiation is underway

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday that he was delighted to have begun a renegotiation of Britain's membership of the European Union.

UK PM Gives Up Goal of EU Treaty Change Before Brexit Referendum

British Prime Minister David Cameron admitted that a "legally binding" agreement on EU treaty change before the 2017 referendum on Brexit is unlikely to be reached, Sky News reported Thursday, citing sources from the Downing Street.

EU summit 'significant milestone' for Britain: Cameron

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron called Thursday's summit a "significant milestone" in the process of determining whether his country would remain in the European Union.

PM Cameron to pitch EU renegotiation amid Greek, migrant crises

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron will pitch his renegotiation of Britain's relationship with the European Union at a summit on Thursday as leaders of the 28-member bloc grapple with an influx of migrants and the prospect of a Greek default.

David Cameron will tell EU leaders 'give us what we want or we'll quit'

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron will tell European Union leaders later today that Brussels must give the UK a better membership deal within the 28-nation bloc or face a withdrawal. Britain's ruling Conservative Party is delivering a referendum by 2017 over whether Britain will stay part of the EU or not. Show More Summary

Belgium warns talks on Cameron's EU renegotiation will be tough

LONDON (Reuters) - Belgium has said EU-wide talks on Prime Minister David Cameron's plan to renegotiate Britain's relationship with the European Union are likely to be difficult and that his desire to exclude London from the bloc's aim of ever closer union is problematic.

British queen charms Europe's 'summit queen' on eve of EU negotiation

BERLIN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - On the eve of Britain's bid to renegotiate its European Union membership, Queen Elizabeth charmed Germany's Angela Merkel, Europe's most powerful leader, who Prime Minister David Cameron hopes will help him strike an EU reform deal.

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