U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron vowed to press on with a parliamentary vote on redrawing electoral boundaries after his Liberal Democrat allies said they’d oppose the plan in a dispute over constitutional reform.
Prime Minister David Cameron will make his delayed speech on plans to renegotiate Britain’s relationship with the European Union and hold a referendum on the outcome in London on the morning of Jan. 23.
Prime Minister David Cameron’s office will today announce a date for his delayed speech laying out plans to renegotiate Britain’s relationship with the European Union and hold a referendum on the outcome.
David Cameron will probably survive a parliamentary defeat over military action in Syria, as a burgeoning economic recovery helps his Conservative Party’s poll standings in the runup to the 2015 election.
Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg is coming under increased scrutiny over his support for the euro and easing jail sentences after his surge in polls turned the British campaign into a three-way race before the May 6 vote.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown ran third behind the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats in three polls late yesterday by margins that, because of uneven vote distribution, may still give his Labour Party the most seats in Parliament after next week’s election.
In the London mansion where Benjamin Franklin negotiated American independence, British rebels gathered to toast their own fight against the European Union and deliver a warning shot to Prime Minister David Cameron.