U.K. opposition leader Ed Miliband has told Prime Minister David Cameron his Labour Party won’t vote for military action over Syria without United Nations involvement, as a poll showed Britons opposed missile strikes by two to one.
The U.K. government postponed plans to introduce plain packaging for cigarettes, saying it needs more time to assess the effect of a similar policy in Australia after a “highly polarized” reaction to the proposal.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is examining whether migrants and students coming to the U.K. for more than six months should be charged 200 pounds ($303) a year to access the state-run National Health Service.
In the hands of England’s government-run health system, Hinchingbrooke Hospital was called “a basket case” in Parliament. Ali Parsa wants to show that private enterprise can do a better job than the state in providing medical care.
The battle that comes to a head tomorrow between the Miliband brothers to lead the opposition to U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron highlights the past divisions within the Labour Party and the fight for its future direction.
Ed Miliband , the leader of the U.K.’s opposition Labour Party, said that if he wins the next election, due in 2015, he will not be able to reverse all the spending cuts made by Prime Minister David Cameron ’s government.