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Cameron Attempts to Mask Failures by Criminalizing Foreign Labor

Kamaljeet Jandu, the chairman of the Labour Party's Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) group, said that British Prime Minister David Cameron's recently unveiled immigration bill is an exercise in presentation over substance and designed to blame foreigners and migrants for the failure of Cameron's government.

Cameron determined to give Britons 'proper choice' on reformed EU

RIGA (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron predicted "ups and downs" on Friday in European Union reform negotiations but said he was determined to give Britons a proper choice on a reformed EU in a referendum he has promised before the end of 2017.

Cameron proposes to seize wages of immigrants in Britain illegally

British Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday announced a proposal to seize the wages of immigrants in the country illegally, treating them as criminal proceeds, as part of a crackdown designed to reduce migration into Britain.

Deport First, Appeal Later: Cameron Hardens Stance in New Immigration Bill

British Prime Minister David Cameron's new legislation will make it more difficult for undocumented immigrants to work, study or reside in the United Kingdom, according to excerpts from his speech released on Thursday.

British Perspectives on Possible "Brexit" from Eurozone

Following a shockingly strong win for the Conservative Party in the recent United Kingdom elections, re-elected Prime Minister David Cameron promised an "in-out referendum" on the future of the U.K.'s membership within the European Union before the end of 2017. Show More Summary

David Cameron is about to test an interesting macroeconomic theory about the effect of children on GDP

Prime Minister David Cameron's pledge to double the amount of free childcare available to UK parents through the British welfare system will have the effect of staging a job creation experiment that ought to be watched closely by economists...Show More Summary

Trouble for UK's Euro Reforms as France Rebuffs Treaty Change Idea

British Prime Minister David Cameron's bold plan to reform the UK's membership agreement with the EU before a potential 2017 Brexit referendum has been dealt another blow with France's European Affairs Minister ruling out a treaty change to suit British demands.

Britain to announce new laws on ‘poisonous Islamist ideology’

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British Prime Minister David Cameron was to announce new laws to combat “poisonous Islamist ideology” Wednesday in his first major policy announcement since winning last week’s general election. His centre-right Conservative government is to include a new law to “defeat...

UK's Cameron to set out new laws to tackle radicalism

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron will on Wednesday set out new laws intended to curb organizations and individuals who promote militant ideologies at home and recruit young people to radical islamist groups abroad.

Britain’s excellent new sports minister

(Paul Mirengoff) Fresh off of his electoral victory, British Prime Minister David Cameron has named MP Tracey Crouch as Minister for Sport. Crouch is an FA (Football Association) qualified soccer coach. She has coached a girls’ teamShow More Summary

The Real Lessons of the U.K. Election for 2016

As the British Prime Minister David Cameron puts together his new government, the opposition Labour Party’s inquest into last Thursday’s election result is getting going. Following the resignation of its leader, Ed Miliband, there is already a concerted effort to drag the Party back to the political center. Show More Summary

David Cameron is about to start a really interesting economic experiment on Britain's children

Prime Minister David Cameron's pledge to double the amount of free childcare available to UK parents through the British welfare system will have the effect of staging a job creation experiment that ought to be watched closely by economists...Show More Summary

Big surprise in Britain: Conservatives Beat Labour — and the Polls

Big surprises in Thursday’s British election. For weeks, the pre-election polls showed a statistical tie in popular votes between Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservative Party and the Labour opposition led

Britain's Shock Election: Labour's Big Defeat Seeded in the Sands of Iraq

The shock results from the British election at the end of last week will reverberate for a long time. Rather than the near dead heat between the Conservatives led by Prime Minister David Cameron and the Labour Party led by Opposition...Show More Summary

The End of Great Britain As We Know It

LONDON —This election will be remembered as the one that rescued the career of David Cameron, the British prime minister, who was publicly contemplating his own exit from politics only two months ago. It will also be remembered as the...Show More Summary

Conservative Party Sweeps UK Election and Three Opposition Leaders Resign

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The results are still being declared but UK Prime Minister David Cameron will stay in the job after his Conservative party won an outright majority in the British general election.

On Twitter, a British politician reveals a painful way to lose a job

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After an unexpected election result provided his party with a clear majority in Parliament, British Prime Minister David Cameron decided Monday to reshuffle his cabinet, presumably planning to make the most of his newfound political mandate. It's no doubt an exciting day for many in Cameron's governing Conservative Party, but not everyone. Take Desmond Swayne, a member […]

The Weekend Roundup for May 9-10th, 2015

Happy Mother’s Day!/Feliz Dia de Madre! International Politics Overall – The U.S., in spite of a Conservative victory in Britain, is a little hesitant to join with British Prime Minister David Cameron over the latter’s refusal to deal with foreign policy – The rebels in Yemen agreed to a five-day ceasefire with the Saudi-led coalition,...

Britain's Cameron says vote win gives him mandate for "tough" EU renegotiation

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday that renegotiating Britain's relationship with the European Union would be tough but that his decisive election victory last week had given him a mandate.

British PM Cameron rules out another Scottish independence vote

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday ruled out giving Scotland another independence referendum despite spectacular gains by Scottish nationalists in a UK-wide election, saying Scots had "emphatically" rejected a breakaway only last year.

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