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#British Prime Minister

# british-prime-minister - Today’s News

Prime Minister May makes her first visit to the Irish border

She’s expected to visit communities along the border and meet with the leaders of the North’s five main political parties.

# british-prime-minister - Wednesday 27 June, 2018

Theresa May to visit Northern Ireland 'at the request of the DUP'

May said that she would visit the region in the next few weeks.

# british-prime-minister - Thursday 7 December, 2017

Donald Tusk to make statement on Brexit talks (very) early tomorrow morning

There’s speculation he’ll have news on the ongoing talks with Theresa May.

# british-prime-minister - Friday 7 March, 2014

From The Daily Edge David Cameron responds to Patrick Stewart’s Twitter slag Hold The Phone

David Cameron responds to Patrick Stewart’s Twitter slag

Sadly, it’s not funny at all. Poor Dave.

# british-prime-minister - Wednesday 17 April, 2013

Pics: Protesters, supporters and mourners at Margaret Thatcher's funeral Margaret Thatcher This post contains images

Pics: Protesters, supporters and mourners at Margaret Thatcher's funeral

Big Ben’s bell was silenced as Margaret Thatcher’s coffin was driven through the streets of London.

# british-prime-minister - Friday 18 January, 2013

Algerians still pursuing 'terrorists' at gas field: Cameron

Cameron said he was “disappointed” to have not been informed in advance of the assault on the plant

# british-prime-minister - Tuesday 15 January, 2013

Pakistan court orders PM arrest as protesters defiant

Police fired tear gas in clashes with protesters throwing stones and brandishing sticks.

# british-prime-minister - Wednesday 12 December, 2012

Government "strongly disagrees" with decision not to conduct public Finucane inquiry

Speaking in the Dáil today both Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore said they would continue to seek a public inquiry.

# british-prime-minister - Tuesday 4 December, 2012

Cameron says independent watchdog is needed urgently

The British PM met with editors and executives at 10 Downing Street to push them to set up a new independent regulatory body.

# british-prime-minister - Monday 15 October, 2012

Scottish independence: Will they stay or will they go?

David Cameron will sign a deal with Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond later, outlining plans for a referendum on Scottish independence.

# british-prime-minister - Sunday 25 March, 2012

Tory treasurer resigns over £250k 'access to Cameron' video Peter Cruddas This post contains videos

Tory treasurer resigns over £250k 'access to Cameron' video

Peter Cruddas was secretly filmed saying a £250k donation would get donors a private audience with PM.

# british-prime-minister - Saturday 17 March, 2012

Check out Ronald Reagan's G7 summit doodles

Former British PM Margaret Thatchter had kept the sketches among her personal papers.

# british-prime-minister - Saturday 5 February, 2011

David Cameron says "state multiculturalism" has failed in UK UK

David Cameron says "state multiculturalism" has failed in UK

British PM calls for “shared national identity” to tackle extremist views and ideology in all its forms, as right wing group holds rally in England.

# british-prime-minister - Wednesday 21 July, 2010

DAVID CAMERON appeared to shift the blame for the release of the Lockerbie bomber, Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, to Scotland. The British PM was questioned about al-Megrahi’s early release while on his first visit to the White House.

Cameron said that releasing the bomber was “a decision for the Scottish executive”, and that it was they who took that decision. He said that the release was wrong and has asked the cabinet secretary to decide if any more relevant papers should be published. Those papers could include phone conversations between Jack Straw and BP.

Last year, former British Justice Secretary Jack Straw said that the bomber’s release was linked to oil and “commercial interests” between Britain and Libya.

Al-Megrahi remains the only person convicted for the bombing of a Pan Am plane over Scotland in 1988 in which 270 people in the air and on the ground were killed.

Al-Megrahi, 58, suffers from terminal prostate cancer and was released last summer after doctors said he would die within months. One of those doctors recently admitted his embarrassment that the bomber is still alive.

Cameron also touched on another sore point among Americans – the BP oil spill. He said that he believed the company would cap  the leak, clear up the spill and pay appropriate compensation.