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Latest David Cameron Items
British Prime Minister David Cameron predicted Monday's gathering of G-8 leaders will prove so successful that nations and individuals around the world will see their own doors opened to prosperity.
Though it could be overshadowed by the conflict in Syria, leaders from the world's major industrial nations plan to discuss how they can boost economic growth and regain competitiveness during the Group of Eight summit this week.
Russia, a longtime ally of embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad, Friday rejected new U.S. assertions that the regime had crossed President Obama's "red line" by deploying chemical weapons against rebels in the country's bloody civil war.
A watchdog group in Britain is accusing Internet giant Google of dodging tax law and failing to pay required revenues, and it's demanding Prime Minister David Cameron take immediate action.
Britain's royal family gathered in Westminster Abbey on Tuesday for a ceremony of pomp and prayer to mark the 60th anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
Rupert Murdoch left some people outraged and others scratching their heads on Sunday when he decided to take to Twitter to quote verses from the Koran.
British media and politicos are chiding Prime Minister David Cameron for heading out on a family vacation in the midst of a terrorist investigation that just led to the arrest of a ninth suspect.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is demanding intelligence and security heads explain how two Islamist terror suspects could massacre a soldier in the streets when the two had been surveillance targets of MI5 for the past eight years.
The British government's emergency committee met Thursday after two attackers butchered a British soldier in a daylight attack in London that raised fears terrorism had returned to the capital.