British Prime Minister David Cameron this morning denounced right-wing riots and attacks on mosques as “knee-jerk responses” to the brutal knife attack apparently committed by two men on a London street yesterday as the attack was still being investigated. Show More Summary
Britain ‘resolute’ after Islamist attack on soldier (via AFP) Prime Minister David Cameron vowed on Thursday that Britain would be resolute against violent extremism following the gruesome murder of a soldier by two suspected Islamists on a London street. After chairing a meeting of security chiefs the day after the soldier was hacked to death [...]
David Cameron says Britain has faced terror attacks such as the one in Woolwich before and has always beaten them back.The Prime Minister was speaking at a Paris news conference and confirmed he would cut short the visit to return to...Show More Summary
Sean Hannity tonight led a heated panel discussion on the horrifying terrorist attack in London today. He and Michelle Malkin credited Prime Minister David Cameron with immediately labeling it a terrorist act, saying that liberal political correctness would have prevented that if such an attack occurred in the United States. Show More Summary
A man has been killed in a machete attack and two suspects shot by police in Woolwich, south-east London. [BBC] THE attack in London, which Prime Minister David Cameron said the government had “strong indication” was a terrorist assault, was by all descriptions grisly. The UK Telegraph leading with this headline: ‘Soldier beheaded’ in ‘Islamist [...]Show More Summary
A man has been killed in a machete attack and two suspects shot by police in London. Prime Minister David Cameron said there were "strong indications that it is a terrorist incident" and the UK would "never buckle" in the face of such attacks. Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron said in a press conference Wednesday that there is a "strong indication" a horrifying attack involving a machete is a terrorist incident. "It is the most appalling crime," Cameron said of the attack, which occurred in Woolwich, South East London. Show More Summary
(LONDON) — British Prime Minister David Cameron says there are “strong indications” that a brutal attack in London is terror-related. Two men attacked another man near a London military barracks on Wednesday. One man died and the two others believed to be have weapons were shot by police. Show More Summary
David Cameron has warned Tory eurosceptics he will not be bullied into changing his policy on Europe and holding an earlier in-out referendum.The Prime Minister tried to smooth divisions in his party after a tumultuous two weeks by insisting...Show More Summary
The UK House of Commons has voted in favor of marriage equality, but the vote may prove to have severe political ramifications for the measure’s main supporter, Prime Minister David Cameron. The measure, which would make the UK the tenth European nation to approve marriage equality, easily passed the House 366-161. The problem for Cameron [...]
David Cameron has just completed an interview on the Today programme in which he demonstrated why – despite the swivel-eyed lunacy of the past week – he is likely to still be Prime Minister after 2015. He was proud, he said, of his decision to push forward with gay marriage. Young gay boys (and girls) [...]
Hundreds of Islamic leaders have turned out in the United Kingdom to protest a bill proposed by Prime Minister David Cameron to legalize same-sex marriage.
The British House of Commons has voted to allow same-sex marriage in England and Wales. The Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill now heads to the House of Lords, where Prime Minister David Cameron hopes it will be voted on soon. GettingShow More Summary
UK prime minister, David Cameron, promised to hold a referendum on whether Great Britain should remain in the EU, but only on two conditions. The first condition, that Cameron be re-elected as prime minister is iffy enough. The second condition, that Cameron renegotiate the Lisbon Treaty, I said would never happen. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday told Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt and other business leaders that he expected their companies to pay their taxes in exchange for benefiting from low tax rates.
David Cameron’s inability to control his party must not be allowed to wreck the Equal Marriage Bill. Labour’s commitment unwavering. — Ed Miliband (@Ed_Miliband) May 20, 2013 The British prime minister, David Cameron, is beginning, alas, to resemble the last Tory PM, John Major, in his inability to control his right flank, especially on Europe, […]
Here’s the latest standards and compliance news affecting corporate environmental and energy executives. Today’s briefing includes 10 items. BP plans to ask British prime minister David Cameron to intervene with the US government over the rising cost of compensation related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. The company believes its financial recovery is [...]
Prime Minister David Cameron is "losing control of his party," Conservative Party grandee Geoffrey Howe said on Sunday.
David Cameron has been dragged deeper into the 'swivel-eyed loon' row engulfing his party – after it was claimed that he used the insult himself to deride Euro rebels.Tory Chairman Lord Feldman, a key member of the Prime Minister's inner...Show More Summary
In a phone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday, UK Prime Minister David Cameron pledged assistance in organizing an international conference to promote a political solution to the ongoing civil war in Syria.