British Prime Minister David Cameron was interviewed last night by gay journalist Evan Davis, who grilled Cameron about his positions on "modernizing" issues. Via Gay Star News: Davis asked if he saw two recently married men kissing in a public park, would he consider it to be 'sweet' or 'mildly inappropriate'? 'No, that's fine. Show More Summary
Over 40 years since Britain committed to the metric system as part of its membership of the European Economic Community (EEC) Prime Minister David Cameron has said he'd prefer the country to abandon it. Asked by BBC Newsnight presenter...Show More Summary
David Cameron photo via Flickr As UK Prime Minister David Cameron did the pre-Conservative Party conference media rounds on Sunday, he tried as hard as he could to draw attention away from yet another Conservative member of Parliament...Show More Summary
Friday after Prime Minister David Cameron went through a passionate debate at the Untied Kingdoms House of Commons, Britain voted to join the Untied States in their coalition of both western and Arab nations to go after ISIS but only Iraq. Show More Summary
British Parliament voted today in favor in joining the American-led air campaign against ISIS targets in Iraq. Military action was approved by a 524 to 43 vote after seven hours of debate. Prime Minister David Cameron said he recalled Parliament Friday in the hopes of the matter going to a vote. Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron urged lawmakers on Friday to approve plans to join the U.S.-led coalition conducting airstrikes in Iraq against the extremist group Islamic State.
The British parliament is currently debating whether the country should join the fight against the Islamic State militant group. Prime Minister David Cameron requested lawmakers approve his plan to join the United States and a growing...Show More Summary
British Parliament is expected to approve Prime Minister David Cameron's proposal to join the U.S.-led campaign of airstrikes against ISIS militants in Iraq. Lawmakers are meeting in a specially convened session to consider the matter today. Show More Summary
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron urged Parliament to authorize participation, saying the self-declared Islamic State poses a "clear and proven" danger to his country.
Prime Minister David Cameron warned that military action against Islamic State (IS) militants could last for “years” Friday as he urged MPs to back joining US-led air strikes in Iraq but not in Syria. Kicking off a crunch debate in the House of Commons, Cameron said the...
British Prime Minister David Cameron addressing delegates at the UN Climate Change Summit in New York. Photo via Flickr user Number 10 As more than 120 world leaders came together in New York City for the largest climate summit in history...Show More Summary
In Britain, it was the hot mic to end all hot mics. Prime Minister David Cameron, in New York City this week, was caught telling ex-Mayor Michael Bloomberg that Queen Elizabeth had positively "purred" when she found out that Scottish voters had chosen to stay with Great Britain in an independence referendum earlier this month. Show More Summary
The British parliament will be recalled this Friday to discuss whether the UK should join US-led airstrikes against ISIS. House of Commons Speaker John Bercow approved the request from Prime Minister David Cameron for the recall this afternoon. Show More Summary
Despite having voted against military intervention in Syria last year, the United Kingdom appears to be drifting closer to another war in the Middle East as Prime Minister David Cameron meets with world leaders at the United Nations, and rumours abound of a parliamentary recall on Friday. Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron is notoriously gaffe-prone, which makes one think he would learn to not make gaffes while casually strolling in front of a news camera in the middle of the lobby of a giant news conglomerate. But nope.
NBC News is airing an exclusive interview tonight with British Prime Minister David Cameron, and in a preview clip, Cameron warns that there is no opting out of fighting ISIS because it poses a very serious threat to the world.
British Prime Minister David Cameron was overheard saying the Queen "purred" on the phone when he told her that Scotland voted No in the independence vote, Sky News reports. Cameron, who was apparently not aware that his microphone was on, made the remarks to former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg as TV cameras followed the duo. Show More Summary
UK Prime Minister David Cameron was apparently caught off-guard today by a camera crew as he spoke to New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg about his feelings on the Scottish referendum and the Queen's unusual reaction to the news Scotland had voted to stay in the UK. Show More Summary
Prime Minister David Cameron today held a lunch at his official residence Chequers to discuss a Conservative Party reaction to the vote in Scotland to remain part of the UK. Devolution was top of the agenda but it seems that Cornwall...Show More Summary
Alex Salmond says "no" voters were wooed by empty promises from British Prime Minister David Cameron