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David Cameron and Barack Obama have vowed to defeat the “distorted ideology” of terrorism, ahead of talks in Washington.
The UK and US leaders said they would not allow anyone to “muzzle free speech” after Islamist gunmen killed 17 people in terror attacks in Paris. 313 more words
By PATRICK COCKBURN
Britain is set to join the air campaign against Isis in Iraq, but, going by David Cameron’s speech to the UN General Assembly, the Government has no more idea of what it is getting into in this war than Tony Blair did in 2003. 399 more words
Parliament is to be recalled on Friday to discuss the UK’s possible involvement in air strikes against Islamic State (IS) in Iraq.
Prime Minister David Cameron said MPs should respond to the Iraqi government’s request for help. 312 more words
The nomination of Jean-Claude Junker as head of the European Commission on 27th June 2014 appears to mean that Mr Cameron’s famous “Re-Negotiation” is about to begin – though nobody, including the Cabinet, and, most likely, Mr Cameron himself, has the foggiest idea what “re-negotiation” would actually be about, or when it would actually begin. 362 more words