Tag: British Prime Minister David Cameron

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Britain’s Cameron Urges G7 To Help Reduce Antibiotics Use

ISE-SHIMA, Japan (Reuters) – British Prime Minister David Cameron urged leaders of the G7 industrial powers on Friday to do more to reduce the use of antibiotics and to reward drug companies for developing new medicines to fight drug-resistant superbug infections.

Nigerian Leader, Kerry Join UK Anti-Corruption Summit

The presidents of Afghanistan, Colombia and Nigeria will join US Secretary of State John Kerry at an anti-corruption summit in London next week, which British leader David Cameron said Sunday will make the issue a global priority. The prime minister

UK PM Would Not Survive Losing Brexit Vote: Senior Tory

A senior lawmaker in David Cameron’s Conservative party warned Saturday that the prime minister “wouldn’t last 30 seconds” if Britain votes to leave the European Union in a June referendum. Cameron confirmed this week that he intends to stay and

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WATCH – UK Labour Party Told: ‘Sort Out’ Your Anti-Semitism

British Prime Minister David Cameron took to the floor of the House of Commons and told opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn to address accusations of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party. Mr. Cameron said Labour’s purported anti-Semitism was a signal of “even worse things happening

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Britons Expect Cameron To Get Poor EU Deal – Poll

LONDON (Reuters) – A clear majority of Britons do not expect Prime Minister David Cameron to get a good deal in his renegotiation of Britain’s EU membership terms, according to a poll on Saturday, adding to the pressure on him

Government Promises More Money to Improve Flood Defences

Prime Minister David Cameron has promised more than 40 million pounds to rebuild and improve the country’s flood defences that failed to protect thousands of homes over the Christmas holidays. Homes and businesses across northern England, Scotland and northern Ireland were

A Century Before Donald Trump, Churchill Warned ‘No Stronger Retrograde Force Exists in the World’ Than Islam

If Western Civilization is to survive, it will only be as a consequence of leadership that demonstrates overwhelming power to defeat the unceasing efforts of the Islamists who seek to enslave us all in the modern caliphate first envisioned by Muhammad Ahmad in Sudan more than a century ago. It was the cold steel of Churchill’s charge at Omdurman 117 years ago that brought that first attempt to create a modern caliphate to an end.

The EU is to Blame for Britain’s Flood Disaster

Northern Britain has spent Christmas being inundated with floods of “biblical proportions”.  For green activists like Bill McKibben this is obviously another consequence of man-made climate change. And the politicians agree – not just left wing ones like Hilary Benn but

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Cameron Forced to Water Down Demands on EU Migrant Benefits

Up to 300,000 Britons will lose entitlement to in-work benefits if David Cameron accepts a Brussels compromise on his call for strict restrictions on European Union (EU) migrant benefits. The prime minister has been warned that is the price Britain will pay if he continues

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‘Fix it’: Cameron, EU Chiefs Hand UK Puzzle To Technocrats

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Christmas came early for Brussels lawyers and policy wonks who relish nothing better than a brain-teasing multidimensional constitutional puzzle to while away the dark days of winter. After a “make-or-break” summit dinner with Prime Minister David Cameron,

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Britain Deserves Truth On Immigration

One of the best scenes in the BBC’s political sitcom ‘The Thick of It’ shows the main character, Malcolm Tucker, trying to hide an overspend right down low in the news agenda, over-complicating it with false facts and figures, and

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Cameron Says EU Reforms More Important Due To Security Crisis

WARSAW (Reuters) – Prime Minister David Cameron said on Thursday his plans to reform Britain’s ties with the European Union before a membership referendum had become more important because of a security crisis in the bloc. Following a meeting with