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‘End austerity now': Tens of thousands march against UK government

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Carrying placards reading “End austerity now” and “Cut war not welfare”, tens of thousands of protesters marched through Manchester as British Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservative Party opened its annual conference on Sunday. Police and the Trades Union Congress...

Vivienne Westwood Doesn’t Give a Shit About Fashion Magazines

One thing we can always count on is Vivienne Westwood’s eternally unapologetic punk-rock attitude, whether she’s parading around a bloody doll in protest or driving a tank to Prime Minister David Cameron’s house. And when it comes to glossy fashion mags? She doesn’t have time for such rubbish. Read more...

British PM calls Russia’s backing of “Butcher Assad”, terrible mistake

British Prime Minister David Cameron urged Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday to “change direction” in Syria and recognise that its President Bashar al-Assad must be replaced. Moscow says its airstrikes are targeting the Islamic State (ISIL) jihadists, but British intelligence forces claim that only one in 20 Russian airstrikes were hitting the extremist group. […]

Britain's Cameron Ready to Use Nuclear Weapons... in Some Circumstances

UK Prime Minister David Cameron admitted on Sunday that Britain may consider using nuclear weapons in certain circumstances.

Tax credit cuts to go ahead – Cameron

Tory conference: Tax credit cuts to go ahead, says David Cameron 4 October 2015 From the section UK Politics Cuts to in-work tax credits will go ahead, Prime Minister David Cameron has said, despite calls from within his own party to think again. The PM told the BBC’s Andrew Marr show the cuts were part […]

UK Prime Minister Promises to Buy New Drones to Fight ISIL in Iraq, Syria

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has promised to by 20 new drones to fight Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria.

British PM Cameron says will not be rushed on EU referendum date

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron said his renegotiation of Britain's ties with the European Union was "bloody hard work" but that he would not be rushed into naming a date for a referendum on membership, The Sunday Telegraph reported.

British PM Cameron signals he will push for vote on Syria military action: Telegraph

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron signaled that he would push ahead with plans for a vote in the British parliament to approve military action against Islamic State militants in Syria, The Daily Telegraph newspaper said.

One in five of PM Cameron's lawmakers likely to back 'Brexit': Open Europe

LONDON (Reuters) - As many as one in five of British Prime Minister David Cameron's lawmakers is likely to vote to leave the European Union in a referendum on membership, new research showed on Friday, indicating the scale of the division in the Conservative Party.

UK PM Cameron says no reparations for slave trade: BBC

(Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said his administration would not make reparations for the country's role in the Caribbean slave trade, the BBC reported on Wednesday.

Jamaica wants UK to pay them $25 billion as financial reparation for involvement in slave trade

British prime Minister David Cameron is under pressure to deal with the issue of slavery reparations when he speaks to the Jamaican parliament on Wednesday (September 30). Cameron arrived for a trip to the island country and nearby Grenada on Tuesday and was confronted with reparations by his Jamaican counterpart Portia Simpson-Miller. Show More Summary

UK to Spend $38 Mln on Building Prison in Jamaica – Cameron

The United Kingdom will spend 25 million pounds ($38 million) on building a prison in Jamaica for the Caribbean country’s nationals who commit crimes in Britain, UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced.

Jamaica Demands Slavery Reparations From Britain Ahead Of Cameron’s Visit To The Country

Jamaica has renewed calls for Britain — ahead of the visit of British Prime Minister David Cameron to the country on Tuesday — to pay billions of pounds in reparations for slavery. But Downing Street has responded, saying it does not believe that financial compensation or apologies for slavery are the best way to address... Show More Summary

David Cameron Announces £5.8 Billion In Aid To International Climate Fund

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has announced his country will pledge £5.8 billion to the International Climate Fund between 2016 and 2012. Speaking to a lunch of leaders at the UN in New York on Sunday, David Cameron pledged the UKShow More Summary

UK's Cameron says backs refugee camps over 'lethal' journey to continent: CBS

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday defended the United Kingdom's financial support of refugee camps for those fleeing the crisis in Syria, saying to settle migrants coming across the Mediterranean Sea would be to encourage more to make the dangerous trip.

The incredible rags-to-riches story of lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone

British lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone, 43, is the poster child for entrepreneurship and inspirational women in business. So much so, Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron in August named Mone as the country's entrepreneurship tsar, which means she will help people get people back into work in areas of high unemployment. Show More Summary

Jamaicans Demand Billions in Slavery Reparations Ahead of Cameron Visit

Campaigners for reparations have made calls for the British government to financially recompense Jamaica for the slave trade, on the eve of British Prime Minister David Cameron's first official visit to the country.

The stockbroker where David Cameron's family worked got killed by the election

Boutique stockbroker and investment bank Panmure Gordon had a tough start to the year. Panmure Gordon, where 3 generations of UK Prime Minister David Cameron's family were partners, said on Tuesday that it fell to a loss of £200,000 ($303,550), from a £2 million ($3 million) profit in the first 6 months of 2014. Show More Summary

UK's Cameron Blasted for ‘Cynical’ Use of Refugees to Push for More War

British MPs and celebrities accused UK Prime Minister David Cameron of fanning the flames of war by exploiting the refugee crisis to justify broader military action in the Middle East.

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