David Cameron, the current prime minister, said he will resign after the ‘Brexit’ vote and will resign now that there is a clear successor for the Tories in Home Secretary Theresa May. Photo by DFID – UK Department for International Development
After David Cameron announced his resignation effective this October, five candidates have emerged, which list does not include popular London mayor Boris Johnson.
After the Conservatives saw David Cameron tender his resignation, effective in October, the Labour Party held a no-confidence vote in their leader Jeremy Corbyn. Photo by Plashing Vole
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David Cameron will resign come October from his prime minister position after the Leave vote won 52%-48%. Flanked by his wife Samantha, Mr Cameron announced shortly after 08:15 BST that he had informed the Queen of his decision to remain in place for the short term and to then hand over to a new prime […]
Meanwhile, the Obama administration will not condemn the Muslim Brotherhood for sympathizing with terrorists within that organization.
Fox News with the latest: British Prime Minister David Cameron reportedly has dropped plans for a parliamentary vote on extending anti-ISIS airstrikes to Syria, in the latest blow to President Obama’s attempts to form a stronger coalition against the Islamic terror group. Though the U.K. has joined the U.S. in conducting airstrikes against ISIS in […]
Will the Conservatives under David Cameron maintain control of the country, or will the Labour Party seize control? Or will there be a precarious power-sharing agreement made post-election?
WASHINGTON — The final results and tally is in: A large majority of Scots voted, “no” to become independent from the United Kingdom by a 55-45% margin. BBC News reported that 85% of Scots turned out to vote in the elections, with a high number of teenage voters becoming involved in the election. By pure […]
WASHINGTON — The United Kingdom, scrambling to appease Scotland during the Scots’ movement to declare independence, said it could guarantee high levels of state funding to Scotland. Reuters reported Scotland could also gain concessions such as greater control over healthcare spending as a part of the infamous National Health Service (NHS) to help stop Scottish voters […]
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12/27/2015 - British Gov’t Condemns Muslim Brotherhood for Terrorist Sympathies
11/5/2015 - British Say No Thanks: Won’t Join Obama’s Coalition Airstrikes Group
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9/19/2014 - Results are in: Scotland says NO to Independence from U.K.
9/16/2014 - U.K. tries State Funding Pledge to Scotland to stop Independence Movement
9/16/2013 - UK Prime Minister Cameron Re-Election threatened by anti-EU party
9/11/2013 - Europe blames Assad for Chemical Weapons Attack, wants UN Report
6/8/2013 - Britain’s Labour Party smells blood, says it could push out Conservatives