PM Cameron is `sphinx without a riddle`, says ex-UK government adviser

British Prime Minister David Cameron is a bumbling, out-of-touch leader surrounded by sycophants, a former government adviser was quoted as saying on Monday.

Cameron invites Modi to visit Britain

Britain on Friday became the first European country to invite Narendra Modi to visit the country after his resounding victory in the Lok Sabha polls, nearly two years after it had ended a decade-long boycott of the BJP leader in the wake of the 2002 Gujarat riots.

Cameron congratulates Modi as UK hails BJP`s poll win

London: British Prime Minister David Cameron today congratulated BJP`s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on his party`s victory in the Lok Sabha polls and said he is keen to work together.
"Congratulations?@narendramodi" on victory in India`s elections. Keen to work together to get the most from UK-India relationship," tweeted Cameron, who was among the first world leaders to greet Modi.

Cameron elected new Windies cricket chief

Jamaican businessman Dave Cameron has been elected president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), beating incumbent Julian Hunte in a close vote at the Annual General Meeting.

Obama, Cameron put up show of unity

US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron presented a unified front on Wednesday, seeking to ratchet up pressure on Iran and Syria.

Sarkozy, Draghi winners in EU rift

Napoleon dreamed of it, De Gaulle fought for it, but Nicolas Sarkozy may have achieved it -- a Europe of Nations with France in the cockpit and Britain on the sidelines.

Libya`s new leaders welcome Cameron, Sarkozy

UK PM David Cameron and French President have arrived in Tripoli that is the first by foreign leaders since rebels ousted Muammar Gaddafi.

Britain to continue its support to Libya: Cameron

British PM has said that though the future of Libya belongs to its people, Britain would continue its support to the North African country.

Syria: Obama, Cameron, Saudi King urge to end violence

Syrian troops killed three people as tanks swept into a coastal city on Saturday.

Cameron unveils tough anti-riot measures

Britain is still reeling after four of the worst nights of rioting for decades, which started in London then spread to other cities.

Obama hails ‘special relationship’ with UK

Obama will hold bilateral talks with British PM Cameron on Wednesday.

Obama, Sarkozy, Cameron jointly ask Gaddafi to quit

The trio feared that Libya, left to its own fate, risked becoming a failed state.

Have fun at Will`s wedding, says Camron

PM has asked Britons to shed inhibitions and "have fun" at Will`s wedding.

Cameron was aware of secret mission in Libya: Hague

British PM David Cameron was aware that special commandos and Mi6 officers were to mount a secret mission in Libya, Foreign Secretary William Hague has said.

Cameron`s `Sanctum` to release world wide Feb 4

James Cameron`s forthcoming production venture "Sanctum", a 3-D underwater action-thriller, will have its world wide release Feb 4.

Hanks, Cameron to be honoured at Producers` Guild awards

Tom Hanks and filmmaker James Cameron will be honoured at the 22nd annual Producers Guild Awards to be held on January 22.

Visiting UK PM eyes 2011 Afghan pullback

David Cameron said improving conditions could allow British troops to start withdrawing next yr.

Cameron promised to be tough on Pakistan

British PM David
Cameron`s remark during his India visit in June about Pakistan looking "both ways" in the war against terrorism was in line with his party`s promise to America to act tough on Islamabad, WikiLeaks saids.

Cameron slept on London street to see Charles, Diana`s wedding

British Prime Minister David Cameron seems to have a fascination for the Royals.

Cameron urges greater political freedom in China

British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday urged China to introduce greater political freedoms.