Tag: David Cameron


MPs Told Not to Use ‘Offensive’ Words Like ‘Illegal’ or ‘Immigrant’ During Election Campaign

Promises to cut migrant numbers, references to immigrants as “illegal”, or asylum seekers as “failed”, and bringing up pressure on public services in the context of the number of people entering the UK are all unacceptable talking points for politicians according to a new ‘etiquette guide’ published by campaigners ahead of the general election.


UK Government Prepares for Trump Victory

British diplomats have been holding “very productive” meetings with representatives of Donald Trump’s campaign, as the chances of him becoming president have increased in recent days.

Parliament Slams David Cameron’s Role in Obama’s Libyan ‘S*** Show’

The Foreign Affairs Select Committee of the British Parliament has published a scathing report on David Cameron’s intervention in Libya, finding it was “carried out with no proper intelligence analysis, drifted into an unannounced goal of regime change and shirked its moral responsibility to help reconstruct the country following the fall of Muammar Gaddafi,” as the UK Guardian puts it.

Cameron Slammed Over Libya Intervention In New Report

(AFP) – Former British prime minister David Cameron launched a bombing campaign in Libya based on “erroneous assumptions” and failed to adequately plan for the aftermath, according to a damning parliamentary report released on Wednesday. The Foreign Affairs Committee analysed

So Farewell Then, David Cameron…

David Cameron has announced that he will shortly be resigning his comfy Oxfordshire safe seat, Witney. Some readers may have trouble remembering who, exactly, this sleek, flush-faced back bench Tory MP is. So let me remind you: he was until really quite


Former PM David Cameron Resigns From Parliament

David Cameron announced he will resign from the House of Commons with immediate effect this afternoon. Mr Cameron, who served as Prime Minister until July this year, has been Member of Parliament for Witney in Oxfordshire since 2001. He said


David Cameron’s Dodgy Honours List: A Fitting Epitaph For A Rubbish Regime

I can think of only two explanations for David Cameron’s dodgy resignation honours list, in which he has showered knighthoods and gongs on all manner of cronies, lickspittles and catamites, ranging from his wife’s fashion stylist to the Labour apparatchik who ran the mendacious and unsuccessful Remain campaign, and which one former cabinet minister has described as “sticking two fingers up” at the Tory party.

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Cameron Steps Down, Leaving Legacy Of Failure

AFP – David Cameron’s political epitaph was carved in stone when he resigned the morning after Britons voted to quit the European Union. Cameron had staged the referendum to try to unite his Conservative party, where right-wing eurosceptics were agitating

British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, at a donor conference for Syria in London in February

Merkel: Brexit Irreversible

German Chancellor Angela Merkel told reporters on Tuesday that the “Brexit” is irreversible, pouring cold water on efforts to keep the United Kingdom inside the European Union.

Erdogan Mocks Cameron, Hails ‘Beginning of a New Era’ for EU

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Britain’s planned departure from the European Union signalled the “beginning of a new era” and warned the bloc could face new breakups. “I see this decision made by the people of Britain as

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Obama Repeats Israel Mistake by Opposing #Brexit

President Barack Obama has a poor record when it comes to intervening in foreign elections. His clumsy attempt in April to encourage British voters to choose to remain in the European Union may have backfired, after Obama threatened that Britain would be sent to the “back of the queue” in trade relations with the U.S. if it chose Brexit. He repeated the mistakes of his effort to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel’s 2015 elections, which likewise delivered a poll-defying rebuke.