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Theresa May: Will she prove to be the second Iron Lady UK needs after Brexit?

Even as Hillary Clinton comes dazzlingly close to script history in the United States, Theresa May has comfortably slipped into her new role as the premier of United Kingdom – becoming only the second woman in British history to hold the office.

 

Theresa May vows 'bold new positive role' for UK ​outside EU post-Brexit

Theresa May on Wednesday became Britain's second woman prime minister after Margaret Thatcher, vowing to forge "a bold new positive role" for the UK in the world post-Brexit.

Know why David Cameron posted pic of 10 Downing Street cat on Twitter as 'proof' of his love for Larry

Know why David Cameron posted pic of 10 Downing Street cat on Twitter as 'proof' of his love for Larry

David Cameron`s last appearance in Parliament as British Prime Minister ended in a standing ovation after a bravura 36-minute performance.

Theresa May all set to be next UK PM as Andrea Leadsom pulls out of race

Theresa May all set to be next UK PM as Andrea Leadsom pulls out of race

Theresa May is the only remaining candidate to be the new leader of Britain`s ruling Conservative Party.

Watch UK PM David Cameron's message on the occasion of Vaisakhi

Watch UK PM David Cameron's message on the occasion of Vaisakhi

 Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday lauded the special contribution of Sikhs to British life through their hard work and entrepreneurial spirit.

Major funds draw up plans to leave London if Britain quits EU

Prime Minister David Cameron`s Conservatives won an unexpected majority in polls last month and are now seeking to renegotiate Britain`s relationship with the 28-member bloc ahead of a plebiscite.

UK's Cameron tells EC president that Europe must change

British Prime Minister David Cameron told the president of the European Commission that the country needed a new deal on Europe, before he presses his case for reforms to the bloc with other national leaders this week.

Moody's confirms Britain's 'Aa1' rating

Ratings agency Moody`s confirmed Britain`s credit rating at "Aa1", saying that Scotland`s rejection of independence has preserved the strengths of the country`s institutions and financial system.

UK PM`s ex-media chief Coulson jailed for Murdoch tabloid hacking

British Prime Minister David Cameron`s former media chief Andy Coulson was jailed for 18 months on Friday for being complicit in industrial scale phone-hacking by journalists at the Rupert Murdoch tabloid he edited.

UK PM wants faster action on terror suspects like Abu Hamza

British Prime Minister David Cameron pledged Tuesday to speed up the deportation of terror suspects after hardline Islamist cleric Abu Hamza was convicted in the United States.

UK favours closer engagement with Gujarat, Narendra Modi: David Cameron

Britain favours closer engagement with Gujarat and Narendra Modi to realise the country`s wide-ranging objectives in the state, PM David Cameron said.

Algerian forces still looking for hostages: UK PM

Making a statement in parliament on the deadly rescue bid, Cameron said "hostages were still being held in the complex".

Cameron accused of ripping heart and soul out of Leveson probe

The Leveson inquiry into British media ethics has proved to be a double whammy for Prime Minister David Cameron as the report has exposed divisions within the ruling coalition.

London Mayor calls for greater Indian investment in UK

As the French Government presses steel giant ArcelorMittal to avert the closure of two blast furnaces in north-eastern France, London Mayor Boris Johnson has called for greater Indian investment in the United Kingdom.

Cracks in UK coalition, but no divorce yet

Cameron on Monday insisted that he was "even more committed" to ensure that his government lasted until 2015.

Waitress tells UK PM to get his own coffee

Francesca Ariani was alone and swamped with customers on Sunday when Cameron ordered two cappuccini.

Chance to clean up press-govt ties: UK deputy PM

Nick Clegg also defended Prime Minister David Cameron over questions about his links with News Corp.

UK PM calls for emergency Parl session on hacking

David Cameron called for an emergency session to brief lawmakers on spreading phone hacking scandal.

Hawk contract, cultural deal on anvil during UK PM`s India trip

A 500 million-pound deal for BAE systems is expected to be among a high-profile contracts to be signed during PM`s David Cameron`s two-day visit to India commencing on Wednesday.

UK eyeing edu, N-deals during Cameron`s India trip

Britain and India are expected to
reach agreements on some "very big projects", including
nuclear power and higher education, during the visit of Prime
Minister David Cameron to New Delhi this month end.