Tag Archives: Prime Minister David Cameron

UK pols furious at Obama’s plan to intervene in EU debate

They should tell Odummer to butt out, and keep his ass to home. Odummer plans to butt in, as the UK decides whether or not to get out of the European Union. Many Brits are angry at the president’s intrusion into a delicate UK issue ahead of a major vote.

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UK condemns Muslim Brotherhood in break from Obama administration

A UK government report accuses the Muslim Brotherhood of being sympathetic to terrorists and a risk to British national security, striking a contrast with the Obama administration’s more conciliatory approach – and fueling criticism that the U.S. government should wake up to the threat.

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Cameron: Won’t pretend Britain couldn’t survive outside EU

Monday British Prime Minister David Cameron threatened a potential British exit from the European Union if reform talks fail. Who in their right mind would join such a group anyway? Another country always telling you what you can and can’t do.

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Cameron’s Pledge To Guarantee State Pensions

Spoken like a true politician, to remain in power. Even Britain has those types, questing power. David Cameron has fired the starting gun for the next general election by promising a cash boost to taxpayers and the elderly. They all promise the moon, but can’t deliver. Cameron, in an interview, has pledged to raise pensions by a minimum of 2.5% each year up to 2020.

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Cameron Asks Danish PM to Auction Controversial Selfie for Charity

British Prime Minister David Cameron has privately asked the Danish prime minister to auction off the selfie she took of them with President Barack Obama at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service, suggesting it could raise significant amounts of money for charity.

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PM David Cameron: UK might take action against newspapers leaking info

Just like his buddy Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron is huffing and puffing, throwing his weight around.  He told Parliament on Monday that the British government may take action against the newspapers publishing the intelligence documents leaked to the press by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.

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