Tunisians have reacted angrilly to Britain's decision to evacuate all its nationals from the North African nation
The bodies of eight of the 30 Britons killed in last week's jihadist attack in Tunisia arrived in Britain
Police say they have launched one of their largest counter-terrorism operations in a decade after the murders in Tunisia
One has to wonder if these “quiet condoners” realize that it is Muslims – and nobody else – who are ultimately being hurt the most in the end?
Cameron is warning muslim communities from extremists risk ecouraging radicalism in young people by quietly condoning extreme views
Prime Minister David Cameron will on Friday call on Muslim communities and families to do more to help tackle extremism, warning that some risk ...
David Cameron has come under fire after inviting Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi to London for bilateral talks
David Cameron comes under fresh pressure over EU referendum
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond will give a speech to open the debate on the EU Referendum Bill at 12:30 pm (1130 GMT)
Now UK Prime Minister David Cameron has a majority government, will he consider fighting ISIS in Syria?
Britain's strategy on Islamist extremism has been in the spotlight for months since ISIS executioner "Jihadi John" was identified
The choice of the British public will be watched closely far beyond the UK
An Iranian official complained that in recent nuclear negotiations, Britain had taken a back seat
Cameron hailed ‘a very strong night’ for his Conservative Party, which appeared set to win the most seats in a general election
Labour took a beating, mostly from energized Scottish nationalists who pulled off a landslide in Scotland
Jameel Ahmad, chief market analyst at FXTM, on the possible impact of the election on the British Pound
The mistake was seized on by critics as the first major gaffe of a political campaign
Next month Britons will will vote in the General election, in what is nolonger a two-horse race
Newspapers and social media seized on the photograph of Cameron using the cutlery as evidence that the prime minister is posh and unrelatable
The image was shattered when Cameron picked up cutlery to tackle the sausage-stuffed bread roll.
During the call, the two leaders discussed the latest developments in Yemen, with the UK premier saying Britain was committed to supporting the kingdom
The British PM’s long lost cousin will probably be seen in a new light
Cameron spoke with Rouhani after warplanes from Saudi Arabia and Arab allies struck Shiite Muslim rebels fighting to oust Yemen’s president
A committee of British lawmakers said the kingdom's defense plans are inadequate to address a dramatic rise in global security threats
The legislation passed by government put a statutory requirements on universities and other public institutions to prevent the spread of terrorism
Mohammed Emwazi was identified as the masked killer who has fronted ISIS beheading videos
Faced with a close national election on May 7, Cameron's party is replenishing its coffers
Information provided by Saudi Arabia helped save ‘potentially hundreds’ of British lives: UK PM
Obama called Goto’s death a ‘heinous murder,’ adding that the U.S.-led anti-ISIS coalition ‘will continue taking decisive action to degrade’
The caller pretended to be the director of Britain’s electronic spy agency GCHQ Robert Hannigan, and was put through to Cameron on an official mobile phone
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