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Alleged Aston Villa fan David Cameron spectacularly fails Aston Villa quiz [Video]

English Prime Minister David Cameron made a hilarious cock-up during a speech earlier today, confusing the team he purportedly supports, Aston Villa, with West Ham. Presumably due to the shared claret-and-blue colours, Cameron told the crowd that he wants people to support West Ham, when he meant to say Aston Villa. He tried to explain […]

Labour Party Slams Cameron Over Absence at Minsk Talks

British Prime Minister David Cameron's absence at the talks on Ukrainian reconciliation is a sign of weak foreign policy, leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband said Friday.

UK's Cameron shifts tack as election campaign fails to shift dial

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron's advisers thought his economic record would have delivered a solid poll lead by now. Instead, as the May 7 election approaches, the polls are largely static and a new strategy is being tested.

UK Accused of Being Responsible for Mediterranean Migrant Deaths

British opposition leader Ed Miliband has accused UK Prime Minister David Cameron of being partially responsible for the deaths of asylum seekers crossing the Mediterranean from Libya, following his failure to implement an effective post-conflict strategy in the country.

British Prime Minister Fails to Recall UK Minimum Wage in Radio Interview

British Prime Minister David Cameron could not remember the UK minimum wage during a Live Lounge interview with BBC Radio 1.

Politicians Should Stop Praising Jews for Their "Contributions" to Society

This past Friday, The Atlantic posted part of Jeffrey Goldberg’s interview with Conservative Party leader and current Prime Minister David Cameron. Goldberg intro

David Cameron interview: ‘I feel I have worked my socks off’

In this week’s Spectator, out tomorrow, James Forsyth and Fraser Nelson have interviewed the Prime Minister David Cameron. He discusses why even his closest colleagues think he needs to show more… Continue reading The post David Cameron interview: ‘I feel I have worked my socks off’ appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

UK Conservatives take one point lead over Labour in YouGov poll: Sun newspaper

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives have taken a one point lead over the opposition Labour Party in a YouGov poll ahead of a May 7 election, The Sun newspaper reported on Tuesday.

WikiLeaks Docs: Sony Chiefs Met With Cameron Ahead of Scottish Referendum

British Prime Minister David Cameron met with representatives from Sony Pictures just ten weeks before the Scottish independence referendum to discuss the release of a TV show based on Scotland's repression under British rule, documents released by WikiLeaks have revealed.

UK's Cameron says Labour-SNP power deal would be frightening

LONDON (Reuters) - The prospect of Scottish Nationalists holding sway over a minority Labour government is "frightening", British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Sunday, as polls suggested deadlock 18 days before an election.

UK Tesco Retailer Head Slams Cameron's Post-Election EU Referendum Pledge

UK Prime Minister David Cameron's pledge to hold a referendum on the country's European Union membership in 2017 if his Conservative Party wins the election is ill-timed, Tesco chairman John Allan said Sunday.

Labour and Conservatives tied again ahead of UK election: YouGov poll

(Reuters) - With less than a month left to Britain's May 7 election, Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives and opposition Labour party are tied at 34 percent, according to a YouGov poll for The Sun newspaper published on Frid...

Poll Says UK's Miliband Wins Last Pre-Election TV Debate

A snap opinion poll declared opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband the winner of the final TV debate of a knife-edge British election campaign on Thursday, but Prime Minister David Cameron didn't take part, making it an oddly unbalanced...Show More Summary

Labour's Ed Miliband wins final TV debate of UK election campaign: poll

LONDON (Reuters) - Opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband won the final TV debate of Britain's election campaign on Thursday, a snap poll showed, but Prime Minister David Cameron declined to take part and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg was not included.

Labour leads Conservatives by 1 percent point ahead of UK election: poll

(Reuters) - The opposition Labour Party holds a one-percentage-point lead over Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party ahead of Britain's May 7 election, according to a YouGov poll for The Sun newspaper published late on Wednesday.

Obama's 'Christianity': Could It Be a Political Tool to Silence Christians?

Here in the United States, where Americans are used to hearing their president always invoke Christianity as a way to silence Christians, United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron's recent Easter message was moderately refreshing.

Cameron Promises Good Times for U.K. Voters

British prime minister David Cameron “offered a glimpse of the ‘good life’ after five years of economic pain, at Tuesday’s launch of a Conservative manifesto that saw the prime minister break with austerity,” the Financial Times reports. “With Conservatives and [...]

Ahead of UK election, Labour leads Conservatives by 2 points: poll

(Reuters) - Ahead of Britain's May 7 election, the opposition Labour Party has a two percentage point lead over Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party, according to a YouGov poll for The Sun newspaper published Tuesday.

David Cameron has trouble answering a 10-year-old's simple question

On Monday, the BBC's "Newsround" children's programme took some kids to meet British Prime Minister David Cameron, who is running for re-election in May. A 10-year-old girl named Reema asked: "If you could pick one politician apart from...Show More Summary

Labour Party most likely to form government, Deutsche Bank research shows

(Reuters) - Ahead of the May 7 election, in which Labour Party and Prime Minister David Cameron's incumbent Conservative Party are neck-and-neck in polls, Deutsche Bank said in a research note that the Labour Party is most likely be able to form the next government.

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