LONDON — It’s remarkable how often British and American politics resemble each other; often only the accents differ. Following a disastrous defeat at the hands of Prime Minister David Cameron’s
For this week’s instalment of Politicians Eating Weird Shit, we turn to British Prime Minister David Cameron, eating salted snacks on a budget airline.
This weekend, British prime minister David Cameron was flying back to Portugal to finish his summer vacation; he appeared to be unaware that a documentarian was seated in the row across from his, eager to turn his snack time into a Planet Earth-esque montage, zooming closer and closer with shaky-cam... More »
In the recent British election campaign, David Cameron pledged to serve just two terms as prime minister. The way he put it was, “Terms are like shredded wheat.” (See this article.) “Two are wonderful, but three might just be too many.” I must say, it never would have occurred to me to say it that way. Show More Summary
David Cameron should be in real trouble over Calais. It goes to the heart of two of the central issues by which British voters judge governments: are you competent and… Continue reading The post The Calais crisis needs a better response than fences and dogs, Prime Minister appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Cameron has been criticized for saying the U.K. faced a "swarm" of migrants
Indonesia's President Jokowi will welcome Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Jakarta today, making it his third meeting with an international leader this week. Jokowi hosted British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday and visited...Show More Summary
The British Prime Minister, David Cameron, is fond of telling a story that he was apparently once approached to become a Cold War Russian spy during his gap-year travels in the Soviet Union. But, in a somewhat obvious snub, a Russian...Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron has come under fire for referring to the hundreds of migrants and refugees trying to enter the U.K. from the French port city of Calais as “swarms of people.” Tensions in Calais have reached new heights over the past few days, with more than 3,500 attempts to enter the tunnel made this week, the BBC reports. Show More Summary
London (AFP) - British Prime Minister David Cameron is to speak out against "corrupt money from around the world" being laundered through property in Britain in a speech to be made during a trip to Southeast Asia on Tuesday. The Conservative...Show More Summary
The barbaric acts of ISIS in the Middle East and elsewhere (including lone wolf acts here and in Europe) have renewed the use of an adjective most commonly affiliated with Nazis--evil. In fact, British Prime Minister David Cameron evoked...Show More Summary
JAKARTA (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday his government would make available loans of up to 1 billion pounds to Indonesia to help finance infrastructure projects.
The BBC is reporting that British Prime Minister David Cameron has been asked to intervene in the Sekhemka statue situation ("Sekhemka statue export: PM David Cameron urged to "intervene"", BBC News July 26, 2015). It looks as if the export restriction is likely to be lifted this week.A statement has been issued by the Save Sekhemka Action Group.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Sunday he wanted to use a four-day trade mission to southeast Asia to spur lucrative business deals and to forge new political alliances to counter Islamist extremism.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has decided to fast-track the referendum on the nation’s EU membership to June 2016 to increase his bargaining power with Brussels as London seeks to reform the union, the Independent’s sources in the government said Sunday.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has publicly offered Aston Martin use of a military facility in Wales in order to handle assembly of the new DBX crossover within the UK instead of Alabama. Continue reading UK offers Aston Martin...Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron has long been a target of civil libertarians criticizing his dismissive attitude toward basic rights and particularly speech and privacy rights in that country. As if to prove his critics right, Cameron has publicly made comments that can be best described as Orwellian and some have gone as far as […]
The U.K. prime minister, David Cameron, has attacked British universities for failing to tackle extremism on their campuses. In a speech setting out a five-year plan to counter extreme views, he accused university leaders of “looking the other way” when Islamist extremists speak on campus. Show More Summary
Andy Nash / (CC BY 2.0) Not long ago, British Prime Minister David Cameron made the foreboding announcement, “for too long we have been a passively tolerant society, saying to our citizens so long as you obey the law we will leave you...Show More Summary
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has unveiled a plan to tackle the "poison" of Islamist extremism on British soil and abroad — something he describes as "the struggle of our generation." Speaking to an audience at a school in Birmingham...Show More Summary