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Topic - House Of Commons
Welcome to Eastminster? After hosting record-breaking athletes and jubilant crowds, east London's Olympic Park could find its next tenants are British lawmakers who may have to temporarily quit their storied home amid major repairs to the centuries-old complex.
British Prime Minister David Cameron faced a humiliating rebellion by Conservative lawmakers after a vote on withdrawing from the European Union split his party.
Prime Minister David Cameron dragged his political foes into Britain's phone-hacking scandal Wednesday as he sought to distance himself from a former aide at the heart of the allegations and denied that his staff had tried to thwart police investigations.
Rupert Murdoch's dream of controlling a British broadcasting behemoth has evaporated with the withdrawal of his bid for BSkyB _ the latest, biggest casualty of what Prime Minister David Cameron called the hacking "firestorm" sweeping through British politics, media and police.
Rupert Murdoch's dream of controlling a British broadcasting behemoth evaporated Wednesday as he withdrew his bid for BSkyB — the latest, biggest casualty of what Prime Minister David Cameron called the hacking "firestorm" sweeping through British politics, media and police.
LONDON — Scotland Yard is to take the first steps toward a criminal investigation against member of Parliament George Galloway, who faces an 18-day suspension from the House of Commons over his financial links to Saddam Hussein's regime.