Neither David Cameron nor his rival Ed Miliband landed a knockout blow during the first TV contest of Britain's election race, experts said Friday, as the centre-left opposition prepared to launch its campaign.
The British electorate remains confused about selecting their next prime minister as the first TV debate prior to the general election on May 7 failed to deliver a clear verdict on leading contenders, Prime Minister David Cameron and Opposition leader Ed Miliband.
With social media playing a critical role in elections around the world, polls in the UK are no different as Conservative MPs have been asked to pose for "selfies" with voters to increase party popularity on sites like Facebook and Twitter.
British Prime Minister David Cameron`s announcement that he would not seek a third term sparked heated debate on Tuesday over whether he was being laudably honest or had undermined his authority just weeks before an election.
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday ruled out seeking a third term in office if he won a second mandate in a tightly fought national election on May 7, saying it would then be time for a new leader of his right-leaning Conservatives.
A British woman was among at least 23 people killed in terrorist shootings at a museum in Tunisia's capital yesterday, Prime Minister David Cameron said on day, pledging "not to let terrorists undermine democracy".
The principles of Mahatma Gandhi will counter-balance any plans for a temple in memory of his assassin Nathuram Godse, the iconic leader's grandson has said, asserting that India needs Gandhi more than ever before.
Britain`s opposition Labour leader on Monday ruled out a formal coalition with Scottish separatists after May`s general election, although the Scots` figurehead said an informal partnership was still possible.
A historic bronze statue of Mahatma Gandhi was unveiled today at the Parliament Square here in a rare honour bestowed by the government in Britain whose colonial regime he had overthrown by his non-violent campaign.
Plans for televised debates between Britain's main party leaders have collapsed into chaos after Prime Minister David Cameron vetoed the broadcasters' plans, barely two months before the general election