David Cameron will meet security chiefs this morning following the murder in London of a man who may be a soldier, an attack the prime minister said had “strong indications” of being a terrorist incident.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said he’ll seek to avoid stoking division in his Conservative Party after arguments over Europe and gay marriage, as his Liberal Democrat deputy called on the Tories to cease their bickering.
Lawmakers in David Cameron’s U.K. Conservative Party, who voted against him last week over his policy toward the European Union, were on course to oppose him again, over plans to introduce gay marriage.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s changing attitude toward two giant government-led high-tech projects sends a troubling message about his third term in office: Maintaining power is more important than modernizing the economy.
Sally Bercow, the wife of the U.K. House of Commons speaker, pointed the “finger of blame” at a former U.K. politician with a Twitter post linking him to a British Broadcasting Corp. story on a pedophile.
British Prime Minister David Cameron’s bid to defuse a rebellion in his Conservative Party faltered as Tory lawmakers and his Liberal Democrat coalition partners criticized his proposal to support a bill authorizing a referendum on U.K. membership in the European Union.
British Prime Minister David Cameron rejected the suggestion that his proposal to support a bill authorizing a referendum on European Union membership reflected panic over a rebellion in his Conservative Party.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron starts a visit to the U.S. overshadowed by his Tory lawmakers planning a rebellion over Britain’s membership in the European Union and a call from a Cabinet minister to exit the bloc.