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Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom to fight all-women contest for British PM

Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom to fight all-women contest for British PM

The British Conservative Party elected two women on Thursday as the final candidates to become Britain`s next prime minister replacing David Cameron.

British PM orders review into use of guns by police

British Prime Minister David Cameron has ordered a review into the use of guns by police in England and Wales.

PM Modi in New York: As it happened Monday

In New York, PM Modi and President Barack Obama decided to "further refine" the Indo-US strategic partnership while pushing ahead with cooperation in the areas of security, counter-terrorism, defence, economy and climate change.

David Cameron used marijuana, indulged in debauchery during his Oxford University days: Book

David Cameron used marijuana, indulged in debauchery during his Oxford University days: Book

An unofficial biography of Prime Minister David Cameron penned by former Conservative treasurer -turned-foe has caused a stir in the UK with revelations of alleged marijuana use and debauchery by him during his student days in Oxford University.

Britain should resettle up to 20,000 Syrian refugees by 2020: David Cameron

Britain should resettle up to 20,000 Syrian refugees by 2020: David Cameron

British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday that United Kingdom should fulfils its moral responsibility to help Syria refugees.

British PM convenes meeting on Greek referendum

British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday chaired a meeting of senior ministers and officials to assess the impact on Britain of Greece's "No" vote on its austerity package.

British PM to freeze ministers pay until 2020

 British Prime Minister David Cameron plans to slap a pay freeze on his ministers until 2020 in an attempt to show that the new government will share in new austerity cuts.

British PM David Cameron unveils tougher anti-terror laws

Prime Minister David Cameron has unveiled a string of tougher laws as part of a new anti-terrorism bill to tackle the growing radicalisation of British nationals.

Indian-origin schoolgirl stumps British PM with her question

It was not any of the hard-nosed journalists or politicians but a 10-year-old Indian-origin schoolgirl that has stumped the British Prime Minister on the campaign trail.

Hoax call put through to British prime minister

A hoax caller pretending to be a spy chief was put through to British Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday, prompting a review of security procedures, a government spokeswoman said.

Obama to host Cameron on Thursday, Friday: White House

President Barack Obama will host British Prime Minister David Cameron at the White House on Thursday and Friday to discuss a broad range of issues including counterterrorism, US officials said.

Indian couple in UK is the world's oldest partners

An Indian couple, both over 100 years old and said to be the world's oldest partners, has celebrated their joint birthdays this week in the UK.

Britain won't interfere in Kashmir issue, keen to host PM Modi: David Cameron

Britain won't interfere in Kashmir issue, keen to host PM Modi: David Cameron

British Prime Minister David Cameron has reiterated that the United Kingdom wants deeper ties with India and claimed that the two democracies face many similar challenges while also making it aptly clear that his government will never interfere in the highly vexed Kashmir issue.

British PM says hostage killing 'unforgivable'

Prime Minister David Cameron has condemned the brutal murder of another British hostage by Islamic State (IS) militants as "completely unforgivable" and vowed to bring his killers to justice.

David Cameron tries to quell party revolt over new powers for Scotland

British Prime Minister David Cameron tried to head off a rebellion in his Conservative party over a promise of new powers for Scotland, highlighting the difficulty of giving Scots what they want after last week`s referendum on Scottish independence.

Spat as British PM David Cameron targets `unfairness` left by Scottish vote

British Prime Minister David Cameron insisted on Sunday that further devolution promised to Scotland could not leave England "overridden", as initial relief over the Scottish people`s decision to reject independence gave way to squabbling over powers.

UK PM warns Scottish independence would be `painful divorce`

UK PM warns Scottish independence would be `painful divorce`

British Prime Minister David Cameron warned during a visit to Scotland on Monday that if the country voted for independence from the UK, it would not be a "trial separation" but a "painful divorce".

British PM Cameron makes last-minute appeal to Scotland

British Prime Minister David Cameron made a last minute appeal to Scottish voters on Wednesday to reject independence in a referendum next week as polls showed the campaign on a knife edge.

British PM cuts holiday for Iraq, Syria meetings

Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday cut short his holiday in Cornwall for meetings on Iraq and Syria after the apparent beheading of a US journalist by an Islamic State militant who spoke with a British accent.
Cameron described the killing as "shocking and depraved".

British PM says UN `right` to condemn Gaza school strike

British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday that the United Nations was "right" to condemn the shelling of a UN school in Gaza, but declined to say whether it breached international law.