British Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday pleaded with Scots to vote 'No' to independence and to uphold the 307 year political union called the United Kingdom. Speaking in Aberdeen, Mr Cameron gave an impassioned speech, saying: "If you don’t like me – I won’t be here forever. Show More Summary
"If you leave the U.K. — that will be forever," emotive Prime Minister David Cameron tells Scots
ISIS has beheaded another innocent civilian, this time a Briton, with British Prime Minister David Cameron forcefully decrying the murder — the same way he spoke out when two Americans
The British government is hoping that UN talks next week will provide the much-needed agreement for a military campaign against the self-proclaimed Islamic State. Prime Minister David Cameron will use his address to the UN's generalShow More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron insisted that ISIS militants "are monsters" and "not Muslims" following the release of a video showing the beheading of British aid worker David Haines.
British Prime Minister David Cameron may recall parliament at the end of either next week or the week after to seek approval for air strikes against terrorist organisation ISIS. The delay in bringing MPs back is to ensure the debateShow More Summary
Outraged by the beheading of one of his citizens, British Prime Minister David Cameron pledged Sunday to aid American military action against Islamic extremists in Syria and Iraq.
United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron made no secret that he wants to lead the effort against ISIS in the Middle East following another grisly beheading video, this time of British aid worker David Cawthorne Haines. Cameron gave...Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron said Sunday he will work with allies to defeat the terrorist group Islamic State, and that countries must “drain this poison from our society,” after the militants released a video showing the beheading of British aid worker David Haines. Cameron, who was attending a wedding on Saturday, raced back to […]
Islamic State has released a video showing the beheading of 44-year-old British hostage David Haines, kidnapped last year as he delivered humanitarian aid in Syria. Prime Minister David Cameron said, "The murder of David Haines is an act of pure evil. Show More Summary
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron condemned Saturday the apparent beheading of British aid worker David Haines by the Islamic State, formerly known as ISIS. The militant group released a video it claimed showed the execution of the 44-year-old father of two. “The murder of David Haines is an act of pure evil. My heart goes [...]
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron reacted to ISIS beheading British hostage David Haines calling ISIS "monsters" not "Muslims" and vowing to “degrade and ultimately destroy” ISIS with an “iron determination.” Cameron said, "They boast of their brutality; they claim to do this in the name of Islam. Show More Summary
ISIS on Saturday released a video purporting to show the group beheading a British man, David Haines, who was abducted last year while working for a humanitarian group in Syria. British Prime Minister David Cameron called the execution...Show More Summary
Prime Minister David Cameron vowed Sunday that Britain would do all it could to catch the killers of a British aid worker beheaded by the Islamic State, which he condemned as an “act of pure evil”. In its third beheading of a Western hostage in less than a month, IS released a video...
The Prime Minister has said that tragic news of the beheading of British citizen David Haines by ISIS terrorists will not prompt the United Kingdom into a knee-jerk reaction, though he promised to "destroy ISIL with an iron determination". Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron said this weekend that the apparent beheading of British aid worker David Haines by Islamic State militants was an “act of pure evil” and vowed to “hunt down these murderers and ensure they face justice.”...Show More Summary
LONDON (AP) — Prime Minister David Cameron is summoning military and security chiefs for an emergency meeting Sunday in response to the beheading of a British hostage and a threat against another.
Prime Minister David Cameron calls the slaying of David Haines 'an act of pure evil.'
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron reacted to the beheading video of British aid worker David Haines by saying, “The murder of David Haines is an act of pure evil. My heart goes out to his family who have shown extraordinary courage and fortitude. Show More Summary
UK Prime Minister David Cameron late Saturday appeared to confirm the execution of British aid worker David Haines by the extremist group Islamic State (also known as ISIS or ISIL), calling it an "act of pure evil" and vowing justice. Show More Summary