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SOPA Defeat Haunts Efforts to Rein In Illegal Copying, British Official Says

Michael Weatherly, a member of parliament and adviser to Prime Minister David Cameron, says copyright owners will look to efforts beyond legislation.

Jimmy Carter: Hague is a Hero of Mine And Thatcher Knew More About My Country Than I Did

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has said that British Foreign Secretary William Hague is an "active hero" of his, for his campaign against sexual violence in conflict zones. Carter also noted that former British Prime Minister and staunch American ally Margaret Thatcher knew more about America than he did when they met. Show More Summary

British Prime Minister soaks up sun on topless Spanish beach

David Cameron enjoyed the scenery of topless tourists soaking up the sun on the beach in Lanzarote, Spain.

Man Tries to Take Selfie in Front of Train, Fails Miserably

Think the selfie trend hit an all-time low when Barack Obama snapped one at the Nelson Mandella memorial alongside British Prime Minister David Cameron and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt? Think again. A video has gone viral...Show More Summary

Cameron Offered Support to Muslim Brotherhood Officials Last Year

British Prime Minister David Cameron hosted a senior Muslim Brotherhood spokesperson last year at the historic country retreat of Chequers in Buckinghamshire, which serves as the prime minister's weekend base. The story came from David Hearst of the Middle East Eye website, which boasts numerous Middle-East journalists and authors as contributors. Show More Summary

Hacking Trial: Andy Coulson Says He Wasn't Aware of Voicemail Interceptions

The former "News of the World" editor and communications director of? British prime minister David Cameron also discusses his affair with Rebekah Brooks. read more

UK Labour Party Leader Ed Miliband: ‘I Don’t Believe in God’

The UK’s Labour Party is out of power right now, and if it weren’t, perhaps its leader wouldn’t be able to say what he’s just said. Ed Miliband (right), Labour’s leader and would-be British Prime Minister if things go his party’s way, has admitted to being an atheist. Talking to the Daily Mail, Miliband said: I have a particular faith. Show More Summary

David Cameron Urges Britain to Spread Awareness of Christian Persecution

Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world, British Prime Minister David Cameron stated during his annual Easter...

Muslim Brotherhood Flees London After British PM Launches Investigation

The Muslim Brotherhood is reported to be fleeing its recently established headquarters in London following the announcement of an investigation into their activities by Prime Minister David Cameron. A report in the Daily Mail makes mention...Show More Summary

Foreign Prisoners Cost UK taxpayer £370m a year With European Criminal Numbers On The Rise

An initiative to reduce the number of foreign criminals, championed by Prime Minister David Cameron, has come under fresh scrutiny today as it emerged that the number of European criminals in British prisons is higher than ever before. Show More Summary

David Cameron Says Britain Must Stand Up Against Global Christian Persecution, Urges Increased Evangelism

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said Christianity is now the most persecuted religion around the world, and that Britain should be "unashamed" in standing up against persecution of Christians and other religious groups.

For Miliband, the road to 10 Downing Street runs through Jerusalem and Sderot

British Labour Leader Ed Miliband wants to be Prime Minister. So now he's in Israel, proclaiming his Jewish roots and lamenting rocket attacks from Gaza

Cameron: I'm Continuing Jesus's Work

British Prime Minister David Cameron has claimed he is continuing the work of Jesus Christ, after stating that the Christian prophet "invented the Big Society" – the name of Cameron's flagship policy. Cameron's words came just hours after he accepted the resignation of embattled minister Maria Miller. Show More Summary

Russia in Crimea -- Not 'Munich 1938' Yet Again

Western hysteria surrounding Russia's seizing of Crimea is rooted in a larger problem with U.S. foreign policy -- "the Munich 1938 syndrome." Ever since British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain allowed Adolf Hitler to take over German-speaking...Show More Summary

George W. Bush Unveils Paintings of World Leaders

George W. Bush unveiled more than two dozen portraits he painted of world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, and his father, former President George H.W. Bush.

Alex Stevenson on How Britain's Dream of an E.U. Exit is Slowly Turning Into Nightmarish Reality

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The British wish to leave the European Union for good has never been clearer after Wednesday's televised debate, the second between pro-European Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and arch-euroskeptic Nigel Farage. Such a breakaway might seem...Show More Summary

George W. Bush Unveils Paintings of World Leaders

George W. Bush unveiled more than 24 portraits he painted of world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, and his father, former President George H.W. Bush.

George W. Bush Unveils New Collection of Paintings

The former president-turned-artist has entered his "world leader period" with portraits of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, and Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, whom he revealed once "dissed" his dog Barney

U.S. Shale Means Cheap Coal for British Economy

British Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday his government would do what it could to help the country's largest coal producer, U.K. Coal, stay afloat.

Farage Beats Clegg in Second Debate on U.K.—E.U. Relationship

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Last night Nick Clegg, British deputy prime minister and leader of the Liberal Democrats, and Nigel Farage, the leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) faced each other in the second and final scheduled debate on the U.K.’s...Show More Summary

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