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WATCH: David Cameron marks 'golden era' in UK-China relations by being first to send his Chinese New Year wishes

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To demonstrate the growing bond between the UK and China, British Prime Minister David Cameron got out ahead of the pack in sending his Chinese New Year greetings this year. [ more › ]

YouGov Poll: Britons Sneer At David Cameron's EU Deal

British voters aren’t impressed with Prime Minister David Cameron’s new terms of EU membership, according to a poll published Thursday evening. On Tuesday, European Council President Donald Tusk published draft terms for a new EU membership...Show More Summary

World Leaders Seek $9 Billion to Support Syrians Affected by War

Some 70 world leaders are gathering in London for a conference aimed at raising $9 billion for people affected by the Syrian civil war. British Prime Minister David Cameron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are among those attending...Show More Summary

UK Increases Humanitarian Aid to Conflict-Torn Syria at Over $3.3 Billion

The United Kingdom will allocate at least 1.2 billion British pounds ($1.75 billion) more in aid to conflict-torn Syria, the aid will be allocated over the next 4 years, the office of Prime Minister David Cameron announced.

Cameron says to assert British parliament is sovereign over EU laws

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday he would seek to assert the sovereignty of the British parliament over European Union laws as he concludes his renegotiation of ties with the bloc.

EU's Tusk to caution Britain's Cameron on Thursday on risks to EU deal

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - An EU official said on Wednesday that the European council president, Donald Tusk, is likely to tell British Prime Minister David Cameron that the EU offer to freeze in-work benefits for migrants could unravel if other countries demand the same.

Farce, joke or delusion? British press trashes Cameron's EU deal

LONDON (Reuters) - Dubbing it a farce, a joke and a delusion - Britain's largely eurosceptic press ripped into a deal to keep the country in the European Union on Wednesday, accusing Prime Minister David Cameron of selling out.

Britain's David Cameron says progress made in negotiations with European Union

British Prime Minister David Cameron claimed “real progress” Tuesday in negotiations with the European Union, but said more work needs to be done before a satisfactory agreement on reform of the bloc can be approved at a summit this month. Cameron told sometimes skeptical British voters that he...

Obama tells UK's Cameron that more US aid for Syria coming

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is telling British Prime Minister David Cameron that the U.S. will soon announce "significant new contributions" to assist Syria's humanitarian crisis. Obama and Cameron spoke by phone about Syria on Tuesday ahead of a conference of donor nations in London later this week.

Britain's David Cameron says progress made in negotiations with European Union

British Prime Minister David Cameron claimed “real progress” Tuesday in negotiations with the European Union, but said more work needs to be done before a satisfactory agreement on reform of the bloc can be approved at a summit this month. Cameron told sometimes skeptical British voters that he...

EU agrees Britain could curb migrant benefits immediately: Cameron

Britain and the European Union agree that Britain could use an “emergency brake” on curbing welfare payments to EU migrants immediately, a spokesperson for British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Sunday. Earlier, Cameron and European Council President Donald Tusk ended talks saying they had yet to reach a deal on all four areas where […]

'No deal yet' says EU's Tusk after meeting with UK's Cameron

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron and the European Council President Donald Tusk failed on Sunday to reach a deal on Britain's European Union renegotiation after talks in London, agreeing instead to 24 hours of further discussion.

Britain seeks stronger "emergency brake" from EU: source

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron will demand stronger powers to curb immigration from the European Union when he meets European Council President Donald Tusk on Sunday, a senior British government source said.

Conservatives For Socialism?

David Brooks wishes America had conservatives willing to advance an agenda like the one being proposed by British's Tory prime minister, David Cameron: In Britain David Cameron... gave a speech [this month] called “Life Chances.” Not...Show More Summary

Cameron, Hollande Interested in Boosting Trade With Iran

British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Francois Hollande agreed that trade ties with Iran could be strengthened now that the sanctions had been lifted.

UK Could Agree on New Terms of EU Membership in February

British Prime Minister David Cameron said that the United Kingdom could reach a consensus on reforms with the European Union in February.

Cameron in Brussels, facing decision time on EU deal

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron was in Brussels on Friday seeking a deal on immigration controls and launching three days of talks that could deliver a draft EU reform package that might keep Britain in the European Union.

British PM Cameron to meet EU's Tusk on Sunday as package takes shape

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron will meet European Council President Donald Tusk in London on Sunday, an EU spokesman said, as officials prepare to reveal details of reform negotiations next week.

Google tax deal: Cameron under pressure

British Prime Minister David Cameron is facing criticism over a back tax deal agreed by Google. ||| London - British Prime Minister David Cameron came under increasing pressure on Wednesday over a back tax deal agreed by Internet group...Show More Summary

Cameron, Merkel, Solberg Call for Doubling Financial Assistance to Syria

British Prime Minister David Cameron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg have agreed that financial assistance to conflict-torn Syria should be doubled.

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