One week after Britain's vote to leave the European Union, British Prime Minister David Cameron and members of the royal family were standing side-by-side with France's president to celebrate their historic alliance at the centenary of the deadliest battle of World War I. More than 1 million people...
BEIJING -- Brexit, one of the biggest geopolitical risks of 2016, became a reality on June 23 when the "Leave" camp won by a small margin with 51.9 percent of the vote. Prime Minister David Cameron announced right after the referendum...Show More Summary
U.K. Parliament took a strange detour on Wednesday as politicians invoked The Smiths during a debate about the fallout from the country's recent vote to exit the European Union. According to NME, Prime Minister David Cameron took a rhetorical shot at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn by purposefully distorting a lyric from The Smiths'...
British Prime Minister David Cameron is a well-known Smiths fan (much to the chagrin of Johnny Marr.) However, his memory of one of their most iconic songs is a little dodgy, as NME points out. On Wednesday, during Prime Minister's Questions...Show More Summary
Former London mayor Boris Johnson has ruled himself out of the race to replace outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron, who resigned last Friday after the UK voted to leave the European Union. Speaking in London on Thursday, Johnson, who campaigned to leave the EU and was seen as the hot favourite to...
Before last week’s “Brexit” vote, British Prime Minister David Cameron claimed that Vladimir Putin (and the Islamic State) “might be happy” if the United Kingdom left the European Union. Putin responded that Russia had no interest in the U.K.’s internal affairs. But he added that Britons clearly were dissatisfied with the government’s military policy, which was […]
UK Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom said she would run for the Conservative Party leadership amid Prime Minister David Cameron's decision to step down by October.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's interior minister Theresa May put herself forward on Thursday to replace Prime Minister David Cameron, promising to deal with divisions in the country that drove more than 17 million Britons to vote to leave the European Union.
This article first appeared on the Cato Institute site. The European Union’s leaders said they wanted the United Kingdom to remain in the EU. But Brussels offered only minimal concessions to British Prime Minister David Cameron, undercutting...Show More Summary
Former British Prime Minister David Cameron is in the doghouse. Following Great Britain’s historic Brexit from the European Union, Cameron and others who argued in favor of Britain leaving the European Union are being called out by TV’s John Oliver. Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron bet the mortgage on siding with the “Remain” side during the Brexit referendum and lost. And now his career...
UK Prime Minister David Cameron refused on Wednesday to guarantee residency to EU citizens currently residing in the United Kingdom, leaving the sensitive decision to be made by his successor.
A successor to Prime Minister David Cameron might want to seek his or her own mandate from voters after the decision to exit the European Union.
The audio: 06-29hhs-balz The transcript: HH: That is Prime Minister David Cameron issuing a challenge to the discredited Jeremy Corbyn on the Labour Party to just go, echoing Cromwell to the Long Parliament. Dan Balz knows all about the Long Parliament, I’m sure, a student of British history, Dan Balz with the Washington Post. Show More Summary
UK Prime Minister David Cameron - having already announced his resignation - locked horns with opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who lost a vote of no-confidence by his own MPs June 28, in the first Prime Minister's Question Time since the Brexit referendum.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced on Wednesday a new action plan to monitor and tackle the growing number of hate crimes in the country.
Prime Minister David Cameron slammed Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn for putting insufficient effort into the Remain campaign.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said his successor could begin negotiations with the European Union about the country's exit from the bloc before the formal 'Article 50' legal process is triggered, despite comments from the EU to the contrary.
Prime Minister David Cameron heaped more pressure on opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn to resign after shouting "For heaven's sake man, go!" across the House of Commons on Wednesday. In the latest installment of Prime Minister's Questions,...Show More Summary
UK Prime Minister David Cameron said difficult economic times were ahead after Britons voted to leave the European Union.