The late British Prime Minister gets his own collection of men's accessories.
‘The idea that we can somehow measure “the thing that matters most” is quite absurd’ As he appeals to the British public to vote him in as prime minister, the leader of the opposition proposes collecting new data to provide a better picture of how the country is doing. “Wellbeing can’t be measured by money […]
A trickster pretending to be Britain's security chief bluffed his way onto a phone call with Prime Minister David Cameron.
A prank caller had quite the successful Sunday when he convinced the British prime minister's office to put him through to David Cameron. The unidentified caller, who told the Sun he was "off [his] face on booze and cocaine" at the time, first rang British surveillance agency GCHQ claiming he...
A prank caller got through to British Prime Minister David Cameron http://t.co/DcAA3fR4I3 (Peter Byrne—PA Wire/Press Association Images/AP) — TIME.com (@TIME) January 26, 2015
A hoax caller was put through to British prime minister David Cameron, posing as the director of spy agency GCHQ. Afterwards, he telephoned The Sun to talk about what he'd been up to and said it was all "so easy". The Downing StreetShow More Summary
But a government spokeswoman says no sensitive information was disclosed
LONDON — Security is being reviewed Monday after a hoax caller managed to get through to the British prime minister's phone claiming he was the head of intelligence agency GCHQ. See also: David Cameron reveals Barack Obama calls him 'Bro' David Cameron is said to have swiftly realised the call on Sunday was a hoax and ended it. Show More Summary
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A hoax caller pretending to be a spy chief was put through to British Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday, prompting a review of security procedures, a government spokeswoman said. The caller pretended to be the director of Britain’s electronic spy agency GCHQ Robert Hannigan, and was put...
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A letter has former British prime minister Tony Blair apologizing for Britain's failure to send dissidents to Libya.
I give Peggy Noonan credit for saying, in her latest column, that it's highly inappropriate for Republicans to invite Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress next month. But she's also upset that British prime minister...Show More Summary
January 24th is the 50th anniversary of the death of British prime minister and statesman Winston Churchill, who had the most ferocious wit of any politician in history. To wit: Churchill had been drinking heavily at a party when he bumped into a political rival, Bessie Braddock. Show More Summary
The Mossad believes that enacting AIPAC’s sanctions would be like throwing a grenade into the negotiating process. The British prime minister and all the big powers negotiating with Iran want to keep the talks going and believe new sanctions would bring about their collapse. The Iranian public overwhelmingly wants to retain a nuclear power program: […]
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Remember when a terrorism analyst on Fox News said Birmingham in the UK was a "no-go zone" where non-Muslims don't dare venture? And then when British Prime Minister David Cameron called him a "complete idiot"? See also: Fox News apologizes...Show More Summary