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'Real progress' on draft EU deal but 'more work' needed: Cameron

London - A draft deal for key changes in Britain's membership in the European Union ahead of its in/out referendum "shows real progress" but "more work" is still needed, Prime Minister David Cameron said Tuesday.

Cameron warns 'not enough' progress made after EU talks

London - Prime Minister David Cameron said progress had been made in Britain's renegotiation of relations with the EU, after talks in Brussels on Friday, but it was "not enough".

Litvinenko killing was 'state-sponsored action': Cameron

London - British Prime Minister David Cameron said Russian ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in a "state-sponsored action" after an inquiry into his death reported back Thursday.

Litvinenko report 'extremely disturbing': British PM's office

London - A British judge's findings that the Russian state was "probably" involved in the poisoning of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko is "extremely disturbing", the office of Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday.

UK ministers can campaign for either side in EU referendum: PM

London - Prime Minister David Cameron confirmed Tuesday that his ministers will be allowed to campaign for either side in a referendum on whether or not Britain should stay in the European Union.

Cameron cornered on EU migrants as referendum looms

London - British Prime Minister David Cameron is rolling over his EU renegotiation bid into 2016, as member nations seek a deal on the contentious issue of welfare handouts for migrants.

Cameron vows to fight through the night for EU deal

Brussels - British Prime Minister David Cameron said he would be "battling hard" through the night at a European summit on Thursday for his EU reform demands, after the bloc's top official cast doubt over some of his goals.

UK's Cameron marks 10 years of uneasy Conservative leadership

London - Prime Minister David Cameron marks 10 sometimes difficult years Sunday as leader of Britain's Conservative party, whose members have come to accept him as an electoral asset despite deep disagreements on issues like Europe.

Britain 'not yet certain' if 'Jihadi John' dead: Cameron

London - British Prime Minister David Cameron said Friday it was not yet clear whether the Islamic State () group militant known as "Jihadi John" had been killed in a US air strike in Syria.

Britain's Cameron considers help for Syrian refugees

London - British Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to draw up a plan Friday to help more Syrian refugees amid growing pressure at home and abroad to address the crisis.

British PM's 'swarm' of migrants comment sparks outrage

London - Prime Minister David Cameron faced heavy criticism Thursday for saying a "swarm" of migrants was trying to come to Britain, as authorities in France struggle to stop them crossing the Channel.

UK must prepare for many citizens killed in Tunisia: PM

London - Prime Minister David Cameron on Saturday warned the country to prepare for the fact that "many" of those killed in the attack on a Tunisian beach resort were British.

Cameron to see queen at 1130 GMT for expected PM nomination

London - Prime Minister David Cameron will leave Downing Street to meet Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace at 1130 GMT on Friday where she is expected to formally invite him to form a new government, officials said.

Intelligence agencies identify executioner in ISIS videos

London - Two unnamed U.S. officials confirmed Thursday that a black-dressed militant who spoke for the Islamic State group in a series of gruesome videos is London-born Mohammed Emwazi, a 26-year-old Islamic militant already known to British security services.

Cameron vows to fight EU payment despite warning of fines

London - Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday brushed off an EU payment demand despite a warning from the European Commission that Britain faces fines if it does not pay up by December 1.

British MPs vote on joining Iraq airstrikes

London - British lawmakers vote Friday on whether to bomb Islamic State militants in Iraq, joining United States-led air strikes against a group that has seized control of swathes of the war-torn country.

Britain readies for Iraq air strikes, arrests Islamists

London - Prime Minister David Cameron was preparing Thursday for a key vote on joining air strikes in Iraq as police arrested nine people, including a notorious radical preacher, accused of links to Islamist extremism.

Op-Ed: The Islamic State — Obama follows W’s lead

New York - There is a residual anti-”Christian West" dimension to the “Muslim” narrative in many parts of the world, including among a great many Muslims enjoying the “freedoms” and social benefits guaranteed residents in Western “democratic” lands.

Cameron 'has not ruled anything out' on Syria air strikes

London - British Prime Minister David Cameron is not ruling out military action against Islamic State militants in Syria, a spokesman said on Thursday, after Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said Britain would not join any US air strikes in Syria.

Cameron warns Britain could quit EU if Juncker gets top job

Berlin - British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned that his country could leave the European Union if Luxembourg's former premier Jean-Claude Juncker became the next European Commission president, Der Spiegel reported.

Britain's Cameron won't attend Russia's Sochi Winter Olympics

British Prime Minister David Cameron will not attend next month's Winter Olympics in Russia, his spokesman said on Wednesday, adding his schedule meant it was not possible and that British leaders did not usually go to the event.

Cameron urges West to surf 'reshoring' wave to recovery

Davos Platz - Britain on Friday urged the rest of Europe to seize an opportunity to win back millions of jobs through the "reshoring" of production from low-cost economies like China and India.

Op-Ed: UK MPs set for 11% pay rise, but more austerity for Brits

London - Members of Parliament in the UK are set for a bumper 11 percent pay rise. Releasing this news in the same week Chancellor George Osborne delivered his Autumn Statement will be a slap in the face for Brits feeling the financial pinch.

Protests for Lee Rigby, but PM supports alleged killer’s group

London - Protests took place outside the Old Bailey as the accused murderers of Drummer Lee Rigby, UAF speaker Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale appeared in the dock.

Op-Ed: Russia calls Britain 'irrelevant'

Sydney - Vladimir Putin's spokesman referred to Britain as a “diplomatically irrelevant little country no one listens to”. The exact quote is getting blurry, some saying "irrelevant little island", but the intent was obvious.

Op-Ed: Obama looks for support as Cameron ups financial aid for Syria

Saint Petersburg - As the G20 summit drew to a close in St Petersburg, Russia, UK PM David Cameron offered increased financial support to ease the humanitarian crisis in Syria.

Review: Beauty and Whimsy at The Met's Latest Photography Exhibition Special

New York - Photography is front and center the Metropolitan Museum of Art right now, with a showing of the work of English photographer Julia Margaret Cameron, best-known for her portraits of Victorian figures including Charles Darwin and Thomas Carlyle.

Cameron and Putin to discuss differences on Syria

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said he will ask the Russian President Vladimir Putin to concentrate his efforts on bringing about an international deal that will in turn lead to an end of the ongoing conflict in Syria.

Romanian online newspaper launches fun anti-UK ad campaign

With the UK worried about mass immigration by Eastern Europeans and the introduction of the ‘Life in the United Kingdom’ citizenship test, at first Romania was a little insulted. Then a newspaper in the country decided to have a little fun.

EDL Walthamstow: Police allow violence from Cameron backed UAF

Walthamstow - New video evidence shows the sheer scale of violence and intimidation used by the far-left organised counter demonstration. The Metropolitan Police can be seen losing control of the situation and then giving in to the perpetrators.
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