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Latest David Cameron Items
Prime Minister David Cameron's former communications chief said under oath Tuesday that he was never involved in phone hacking when he was the editor of a Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid, though he acknowledged he hadn't known at the time that the practice was illegal.
The Muslim Brotherhood — faced with a investigation into their British-based activities — has chosen to flee its recently established London headquarters' address for less scrutinized surroundings in Graz, Austria.
In a new YouTube video released Wednesday, David Cameron, the British prime minister, delivers a message regarding the Christian faith.
Sitting Prime Minister David Cameron took a quick shot at former Prime Minister Tony Blair, bluntly telling the U.K. media that the two were not personally close and could hardly be considered friends.
Britain seeks to conduct an interesting surgical procedure. Extremely difficult to perform, it is the equivalent of separating Siamese twins.
British soccer fans: Your cups runneth over.
Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday he believes the British public has largely shrugged off the espionage disclosures of former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, telling lawmakers that people seem to be satisfied that U.K. spies are doing their jobs.
The makers of TV's "Sherlock" say even a lobbying effort by British Prime Minister David Cameron wouldn't persuade them to produce more episodes each season.
Civility is a lot like the weather. Everybody talks about it, but nobody does anything about it. Just now there's lots of talk about proper language in the British Parliament, where they're fussy about words. Well, why not?