Another day, another selfie crime. This time, it’s our Prime Minister, who is currently in China, where he is leading the British trade delegation. He tweeted this picture of himself… Continue reading The post Coffee Shot: David Cameron’s selfie shame appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron met Tuesday to discuss ways to raise the profile of British brands on Alibaba’s popular e-commerce sites—and to take selfies of the two together.
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As David Cameron embarks on a fence-mending trade mission in China, the two sides are trying a bit of soccer diplomacy to ease into what could be a potentially thorny trip for the British prime minister.
The son of jailed British investigator, Peter Humprey, has appealed to UK prime minister David Cameron for help during his 3-day China visit this week. Humprey is currently being held in Shanghai for his involvement in pharmaceutical giant GSK, which was charged with bribery. Show More Summary
United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron and a retinue of more than 100 business representatives — the largest-ever British trade delegation to go to China — descended on Beijing Monday. Cameron met with Chinese premier Li Keqiang,...Show More Summary
Messages have also been posted by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Labour Party leader Ed Miliband.
David Cameron, the British prime minister, has recently said in parliament that the U.K. government wants to block Internet access to certain “extremist” Islamist sites, Business Insider reports. On October 23rd, when discussing the measures the U.K. Show More Summary
British prime minister David Cameron has said he wants to expand internet censorship in the U.K. to block "extremist" Islam sites, in an effort to counter the spread of Muslim terrorism. Cameron discussed the plan in an answer to a question...Show More Summary
via The Daily Beast: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/11/23/britain-s-idiotic-opt-in-porn-ban.html By Brendan O’Neill November 23rd 2013 5:45 am In Britain, Prime Minister David Cameron asks British blokes to fess up about their fantasies—for the good of the children. In Britain, browsing internet porn is … Continue reading ?
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday that urgent questions must be answered over why Paul Flowers, former chairman of Britain's Co-operative Bank, was allowed to hold his position.
David Cameron became the first British Prime Minister to call the Iranian President in more than a decade, ahead of next week’s nuclear negotiations in Geneva. Cameron and President Rouhani of Iran discussed Iran’s nuclear weapons policy as well as overall relations between the two countries. Show More Summary
Four months after U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron called for search companies to step up their fight against child pornography, Microsoft and Google are announcing that they have cleaned up results for 100,000 potential queries, with Microsoft contributing picture-detection technology and Google's YouTube contributing video identification. Show More Summary
British Prime Minister becomes first world leader to visit the north of the country since 1948 One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 15:07 ON Fri 15 Nov 2013 DAVID CAMERON was confronted by Tamil women seeking information on missing lovedShow More Summary
Mostly due to revenue from ads, the Web firm will rake in $60 billion this year, making it bigger than both the newspaper and magazine industries; the hypocrisy of British Prime Minister David Cameron announcing extended austerity from...Show More Summary
Prime Minister agrees with 'thrust' of John Major's complaints about privileged British society One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 10:07 ON Thu 14 Nov 2013 DAVID CAMERON has accepted John Major's criticism of social mobility in the UK,Show More Summary
Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron has emphasized the value of transparency.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron spoke on Tuesday about their expectations for the next round of negotiations on Iran's nuclear program, part of a phone conversation about several security issues in...
British Prime Minister David Cameron, who has promised to hold a referendum on British membership of the European Union by the end of 2017 if the Conservatives win a majority in the next general election, has said hat British support for E.U. Show More Summary