David Cameron was spotted at one of the UK’s poshest music festivals this past weekend, and it seems he is enjoying life after the PM role.
David Cameron is almost at the finish line now, and to celebrate he channelled his inner Hugh Grant and went full Brit.
With the news of Brexit reverberating around the world heads have begun to roll. They don’t come much bigger than David Cameron though.
Hot Tip: When in a room full of cameras, it’s best to keep your mouth tight instead of rattling off jokes about other countries and their corruption problems.
David Cameron might have seen his reputation dragged through the pig-sty of late, although that doesn’t mean he won’t pop down the pub with his china.
The news of David Cameron’s sexual act has probably haunted him since it occurred – and it will probably do so for the rest of his life.
Would you expect anything less than this as an initiation ritual for a club known for its decadence and debauchery in Oxford.
It seems David Cameron has angered tennis superstar Maria Sharapova with some of his latest comments. Not that he’s the only one, mind you, as trouble brews at Wimbledon.
Happy General Election Day to the United Kingdom! May the race for 10 Downing Street go wondrously smoothly.
Great Britain will vote for a new Prime Minister in Thursday’s General Election and it seems the politicians will stop at nothing to get a few extra points…
Jacob Zuma is keeping us entertained again, because no one likes a comedown after the fun weekend. Here he is cancelling trips and wasting money.
David Cameron is pretty embarrassed after his private discussion with Michael Bloomberg was picked up by TV microphones.
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Rugby player, Manu Tuilagi says he’s sorry for playing a prank on British Prime Minister David Cameron. Tuilagi was at 10 Downing Street on Monday afternoon for a visit along with the British and Irish Lions. The group posed for a photo outside the entrance to honour the Lions’ 2-1 defeat over Australia, and Tuilagi pulled this stunt.
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Hillary Mantel, author of Wolf Hall has been criticized by British Prime Minister David Cameron for remarks she passed regarding Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge. Mantel is reported to have called Middleton “machine made” and “designed by committee.” Mantel, during a public lecture at the British Museum made suggestions that Middleton’s sole purpose was to give birth to a royal […]
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Less than a minute into a speech to mark the month-to-go countdown to the start of the Olympics yesterday, Britain’s prime minister got heckled by a protester. The guy shouted: “Shame on you, David Cameron – you are crippling the poor in London. Shame on you!” Cameron’s response? “Don’t spoil it, sir!”
British Prime Minister, David Cameron, left his eldest daughter, Nancy, at a pub following a Sunday lunch. It happened after a mix-up with his wife Samantha, Downing Street has admitted. The couple only realised their daughter was missing when they got home.
On 9 December 2011, British Prime Minister, David Cameron emerged from 10 hours of negotiations with European Union leaders, announcing his decision to reject new European Rules on behalf of Britain. It is a move that has set Britain up for a season of icy relations with its continental cousins that may last much longer than this year’s winter.
A 20-year-old man in Essex has been charged with “encouraging or assisting in the commission of an offence” because he used Blackberry Messenger to invite people to a public water fight. Whether this means British cops can now wiretap the Blackberry messaging network is unclear, but either way: great job, democracy.