David Cameron is the conservative Prime Minister of Great Britain. He’s also a man with decent-if-basic tastes in indie rock. In the past, he’s incurred the wrath of both Morrissey and Johnny Marr by claiming that he likes the Smiths. (It’s not easy to get Moz and Marr to agree on much, but Cameron did […]
The British General Election campaign gets into full swing this evening with the first televised live debate between Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour Party leader Ed Miliband. The event, which will be aired on Channel 4 and Sky News, comes after months of tortuous negotiations about what format the debates, if any, should take. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron denied he had become a lame duck leader during his final debate in parliament before a tight national election as he sought to leverage his economic record to give his party an elusive lead in stagnant opinion polls.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has ruled out serving a third term, The Guardian reports. Said Cameron: “I’ve said I’ll stand for a full second term, but I think after that it will be time for new leadership. Terms are [...]
On Monday, David Cameron said he will not serve a third term as British prime minister if his Conservative party remains in power after the general election this May.
LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister David Cameron says he will serve a full second term if he's re-elected in May — but he won't seek a third. Cameron told the BBC Monday that it would be "time for new leadership" after a second five-year...Show More Summary
In an interview with the BBC, the British leader said he would complete his second term but would not run again after that, a stance that could undermine his authority if he wins the May 7 election.
In the wake of the global recession, beginning with the financial crisis of 2008-2009, the British government of Prime Minister David Cameron took a different approach from the U.S. governments of George W. Bush and Barack Obama--eschewing...Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron is following in the footsteps of Margaret Thatcher in mounting a new drive to bolster former communist states amid raised fears of a new cold war.
Unlike Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and British Prime Minister David Cameron, who, as heads of state of friendly countries are expected to do, offered personal congratulations to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on his victory, President Obama has not. First, an aide was dispatched to say the administration was giving Netanyahu “space” to form […]
British Prime Minister David Cameron will participate in TV debates involving all seven leaders of the main British political parties before the May 7 elections.
LONDON — BuzzFeed is, of course, known for mixing news with lists and quizzes, so it was inevitable that when British Prime Minister David Cameron sat with BuzzFeed U.K. for an interview on Monday, he’d not only have to address questions ranging from his positions on housing policy and whether he’d debate his opponents before the...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister David Cameron have rightly turned down Vladimir Putin's invitation to go to Moscow on May 9 to mark the 70th anniversary of the Allies' victory in Europe, and President Obama may soon follow suit.
British Prime Minister David Cameron set out new plans for the UK to play a stronger role in several NATO military exercises, according to the statement by David Cameron’s spokesperson.
British Prime Minister David Cameron will not visit Moscow to attend Moscow's annual Victory Day parade on May 9, commemorating the anniversary of the end of World War II, according to Cameron's spokesperson.
LONDON — Clad in a bright yellow chicken costume, British Prime Minister David Cameron appears on the front page of the Daily Mirror, a left-leaning British newspaper, on Friday under the headline: “Why are you such a chicken, Mr. Cameron?”...Show More Summary
Five years after Prime Minister David Cameron pledged to curb outside interests among those in Parliament, nearly one in five people working for Parliament members have interests in lobbying or other bodies.
LONDON—David Cameron, the British prime minister, led the attack: It would be “unthinkable” for the British to sell a warship to Russia, he declared. Almost immediately, the French president, François Hollande, confirmed his intention...Show More Summary
The day after British Prime Minister David Cameron said children in Britain have suffered abuse on an "industrial scale" a UK charity has won a battle to stop French parents from smacking their children.
British Prime Minister David vowed Friday to do "everything we can" to bring to justice terrorists such as Islamic State executioner "Jihadi John," who has been identified as a Kuwaiti-born computer-programming graduate from London. Cameron also defended Britain's security services.