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David Cameron on Anti-Zionism and Anti-Semitism

The British prime minister says he would be "heartbroken" if his country's Jews ever felt compelled to leave home.

Poll Says UK's Miliband Wins Last Pre-Election TV Debate

A snap opinion poll declared opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband the winner of the final TV debate of a knife-edge British election campaign on Thursday, but Prime Minister David Cameron didn't take part, making it an oddly unbalanced...Show More Summary

Economic Nonsense: 49. Government was wrong to use austerity to deal with the 2008 financial crisis

Gordon Brown as Chancellor and Prime Minister spent money profusely, believing that he could spend the British people’s money more appropriately than they could spend it themselves, and by a political desire to have a large section of the populace on state largesse and thus supportive of a party that promised big spending.  The result […]

Cameron Promises Good Times for U.K. Voters

British prime minister David Cameron “offered a glimpse of the ‘good life’ after five years of economic pain, at Tuesday’s launch of a Conservative manifesto that saw the prime minister break with austerity,” the Financial Times reports. “With Conservatives and [...]

David Cameron has trouble answering a 10-year-old's simple question

On Monday, the BBC's "Newsround" children's programme took some kids to meet British Prime Minister David Cameron, who is running for re-election in May. A 10-year-old girl named Reema asked: "If you could pick one politician apart from...Show More Summary

Snowden’s ‘Sexy Margaret Thatcher’ Password Isn’t So Secure

Edward Snowden appears to have a thing for the late British conservative prime minister Margaret Thatcher. The post Snowden’s ‘Sexy Margaret Thatcher’ Password Isn’t So Secure appeared first on WIRED.

Ahead of British election, YouGov poll puts Conservatives ahead of Labour

LONDON (Reuters) - Ahead of Britain's May 7 election, Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives took a one percentage point lead over the opposition Labour Party, according to a YouGov poll for The Sun newspaper.

Gamblers line up their bets for the British election

If Prime Minister David Cameron forms Britain’s next government after the tightest election in a generation, it will not just be the Conservative Party leader who will be smiling. Scott Moorhead will be laughing all the way to the bank. Show More Summary

David Cameron Eats A Hot Dog Mr. Pitt-Style And The Internet Is Miffed

British Prime Minister David Cameron can trace his lineage to royalty. And evidently, royalty eats their hot dogs with a knife and fork – not with their fingers like us knuckle-dragging commoners. At least that’s how people feel in Britain after photos emerged of Cameron munching on a hot dog one posh bit at a David Cameron Eats A Hot Dog Mr. Show More Summary

Ahead of election, UK doctors criticize Cameron over healthcare

LONDON (Reuters) - Over 100 senior British medical professionals criticized Prime Minister David Cameron and his coalition government on Tuesday for their handling of the National Health Service (NHS), a major issue in the upcoming national election.

Britain’s prime minister ate a hot dog with a knife and fork, and it’s a problem

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On Monday, David Cameron did something very brave. The British prime minister, facing what is likely to be an extremely close race for reelection May 7, went to a voter's garden and had a meal. Braver still, he allowed the British press to take photographs of him eating the meal.Read full article >>

British Prime Minister David Cameron Doesn't Know How to Eat Hot Dogs

Is he too posh to use his hands? What is it about politicians and their inability to eat with their hands? First New York City mayor Bill de Blasio committed a cardinal sin by eating a slice of pizza with a fork and knife. Now, UK Prime Minister David Cameron has been caught eating a hot dog with utensils as well. Show More Summary

Ex British PM Blair Steps Into Election Campaign Amid Cries of Foul Play

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has added his support to Labour leader Ed Miliband's campaign to win the next general election, despite widespread hostility to his role in taking the UK to war in Iraq and his controversial career since leaving office.

Former British PM Blair to assail Cameron over EU referendum

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron's plan to hold a European Union membership referendum if he is re-elected next month would lead to an intense period of uncertainty for businesses, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will say on Tuesday.

Here's how David Cameron lost 13 pounds in 3 months

British Prime Minister David Cameron has lost 13 pounds in the past three months by eating fewer carbs, according to an interview in The Times magazine. The 48-year-old credits his recent weight loss to "giving up biscuits and peanuts," The Times writes. Show More Summary

Scarce 28-bore that belonged to Lady Churchill to be offered by Gavin Gardiner Ltd.

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Long considered one of the most beautiful women of the time and also the mother of future British Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill, Lady Randolph Churchill (1854-1921) was the American born English wife of Lord Randolph Churchill. Show More Summary

UK Politician Suspects Cameron of Planning Deal With UKIP Ahead of Election

British Prime Minister and leader of UK Conservative party David Cameron is planning a deal with UK Independence Party (UKIP) ahead of elections, Andy Burnham, prominent Labour Party politician, said in a public letter to Cameron on Friday.

Iran and Israel and US

The interventionist 19th century British Prime Minister Lord Palmerston famously said that "Nations have no permanent friends or allies, they only have permanent interests." He was half right. Jon Stewart's Rosewater -- coinciding as...Show More Summary

When Chris Matthews Realized His Right-Wing Guest Had No Idea Who Neville Chamberlain Actually Was

When a politician negotiates or suggests negotiating with a former enemy state, other politicians compare the first one to British prime minister Neville Chamberlain and the negotiations to Chamberlain's "appeasement" of Hitler in the 1930s. Show More Summary

PM Cameron, Labour's Miliband neck and neck in British election debate: polls

SALFORD, England (Reuters) - There was no clear winner in Britain's pre-election television debate on Thursday with Prime Minister David Cameron and opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband rated broadly equally by voters surveyed by pollsters.

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