Britain will push for tougher accession terms for any new members of the European Union to limit their citizens' access to the bloc's labor markets, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday.Cameron is under pressure to limit foreigners'...Show More Summary
When British Prime Minister David Cameron announced in July a mandatory, country-wide, opt-in system in order to view porn online, there were plenty of critics. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, for instance, speculated that under the legislation, Internet Service Providers could block a lot of non-pornographic content. Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday quashed the idea the European Union should have its own armed forces, laying down a marker at an EU summit dedicated to boosting defence cooperation."It makes sense for nation states to cooperate over matters of defence to keep us all safer... Show More Summary
In August, British comedian Stephen Fry fired off an impassioned letter to British Prime Minister David Cameron, urging him to call for an "absolute ban on the Russian Winter Olympics of 2014." Cameron thanked Fry for his concern and...Show More Summary
Paul Krugman channels Simon Wren-Lewis today to complain about the economic triumphalism of British Prime Minister David Cameron, who has been crowing that his austerity policies are finally paying off. In reality, both men say, Cameron implemented austerity policies in 2010 and 2011, but then eased up. Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso that the continent risks being left behind in the shale gas revolution unless red tape is cut. ||| London - British Prime Minister David...Show More Summary
The UK's largest Internet provider, British Telecom (BT), has announced that it will turn on porn filters by default for all new customers. The move comes months after Prime Minister David Cameron started a campaign to fight againstShow More Summary
UK universities are pushing back against gender segregation in classrooms — apparently Prime Minister David Cameron isn't a fan of separating the co-eds — but the legality of such separation, say if there's a visiting lecturer discussing Islam which might request such division, is still murky. Read more...
No, not of me. Of Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt yucking it up at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service. The allegation was that the reaction was racist. From the ever-reliable Salon.com, The media’s Michelle
No one is on Team Charles. U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron is a "massive fan" of Nigella Lawson, so he's not afraid of taking sides in the ongoing fraud trial against Lawson and ex-husband Charles Saatchi's former assistants. He told...Show More Summary
Long before — well about three weeks before — Denmark’s Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt snapped the now-(in)famous ‘selfie’ of herself, British Prime Minister David Cameron and President Barack Obama during the memorial service of Nelson Mandela, unbeknownst to me, Oxford Dictionaries named ‘selfie’ International Word of the Year 2013 defining it as follows: selfie noun, [...]
Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt who took that controversial selfie with President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron during Nelson Mandela's memorial service is a charmer who is known for her unconventional political style.
Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt says she was just having a “bit of fun” when she snapped the now famous selfie alongside British Prime Minister David Cameron and President Barack Obama during the middle of the memorial for former South African leader Nelson Mandela. The...
Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt is not going to share with the rest of the world the famous “selfie” she took of herself together with U.S. President Barack Obama and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron.
You guys, Michelle Obama is totes cool with that "selfie," why wouldn't she be? Ya know, the selfie that her husband President Barack Obama took with British Prime Minister David Cameron & Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt at the Nelson Mandela memorial! Despite the glare she has (above), she was totally cool will what went down, [...]
So far President Obama has not publicly commented on the "selfie" that he took with two other world leaders at the memorial for Nelson Mandela, but the two other people in the photo, British Prime Minister David Cameron and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, have already taken to defending themselves against criticism of the "selfie."
Was Michelle Obama annoyed when her husband took that selfie at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service? Roberto Schmidt, the Agence France-Presse photographer who snapped the photo of the president, British Prime Minister David Cameron and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning Schmidt, says no. “I later read on social media that Michelle Obama seemed to be rather […]
During a conversation about the appropriateness of the smiling “selfie” taken by Denmark’s Prime Minister with President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron at Nelson Mandela‘s memorial, Natalie Morales defended First Lady...Show More Summary
A picture is usually worth a thousand words and President Obama’s minor Internet ribbing due to him posing for selfies at Nelson’s Mandela’s memorial service with United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt was totally
First lady Michelle Obama did not look amused as President Obama posed for a selfie at Nelson Mandela’s funeral. The first lady was caught appearing to glare at the president as he posed with British Prime Minister David Cameron and Danish Premier Helle Thorning-Schmidt for...