A senior EU official said he did not expect unusually tough talks on Friday with David Cameron, who has brought his demands for reform of the bloc to a summit in Riga -- because, he said, talking to the British prime minister was always difficult.
Prime Minister David Cameron meets European leaders in Latvia Friday to start talks that he admits will not be easy on renegotiating Britain`s ties with the EU ahead of a referendum by 2017 on leaving the bloc.
Prime Minister David Cameron will start face-to-face discussions at a summit Friday with European partners on renegotiating Britain`s position in the European Union ahead of an in-out referendum by 2017.
A junior British serviceman who published allegations of safety and security lapses around Britain`s submarine-based nuclear missile defence system is now in military police custody, the Royal Navy said Tuesday.
British lawmakers are expected to appoint a speaker on Monday as they convene at parliament for the first time after a general election that handed Prime Minister David Cameron`s Conservatives a surprise majority.
Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala said on Sunday that his government is planning to establish a Rs 200 billion fund for reconstruction work after two deadly quakes and thanked neighbouring countries including India for their help in the aftermath of the tragedy.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday that he would consider handing more power to Scotland, but stopped short of agreeing to demands from Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon to grant the territory full fiscal autonomy.
A series of potentially embarrassing letters written by Britain`s Prince Charles to government ministers in 2004-2005 will be published on Wednesday, a step that could cast doubt over the political neutrality of the future king.
David Cameron could bring forward a referendum on Britain`s EU membership to next year instead of 2017 to cut short an impending battle on two fronts -- in Brussels and against Eurosceptics in his own camp.
Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey insisted Tuesday he will deliver a "responsible and fair" budget as the government battles to juggle slumping revenue and a huge deficit while avoiding a voter backlash.