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David Cameron is to pay a two-day visit to the dictatorship of Kazakhstan at the end of this month despite the country's chequered human rights record. It would be the first time that a serving British Prime Minister has ever visited the Central Asia
Protesters marched through Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, where the G8 summit is currently taking place All the G8 leaders - from the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia and Canada are in Northern Ireland for the summit Groups against
explains 'relatively honest police' remark Mr Cameron said the UK could not claim to have a perfect system David Cameron has sought to explain a comment in which he implied that UK policing was "relatively honest". The comment was made in the context
In one comedy scene Helen Mirren as the Queen falls asleep during a meeting with the Prime Minister played by actor Rufus Wright. After the cast took curtain calls on Friday for The Audience at London's Gielgud Theatre, the couple went backstage to
Suggested Topics Boris Johnson's popularity is outstripping that of the Conservative Party and David Cameron, a poll for The Independent on Sunday reveals today. In a survey which will fuel the rivalry between the Mayor of London and the Prime
14 June 2013 6 shares 0 View comments Mock up: What the Prime Minister may look like in his pyjamas For a Prime Minister who has previously been accused of having a penchant for chillaxing' on the job, it is a mental image that could go both ways.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper had barely finished addressing a group of British members of Parliament on Thursday in Westminster when British Prime Minister David Cameron leaped to his feet applauding. The gesture was more than just politeness; it
Cameron's pride at 'extraordinary' Fermanagh David Cameron says that Northern Ireland is a 'great place to visit' Prime Minister David Cameron has said he is "really proud" that the G8 summit is being held in Northern Ireland. Mr Cameron said: "
Your email has been successfully sent. 'He's only interested in the man on the street," is what they like to say about Craig Oliver, David Cameron's director of communications. It would seem a healthy enough preoccupation for a Number 10 spin doctor,
British trade unions unequivocally support Tamils right to self-determination [TamilNet, Sunday, 09 June 2013, 22:48 GMT] Representatives of mainstream British trade unions, student unions, solidarity groups and Tamil activists came together on