British Prime Minister David Cameron has urged Qatar to plough more of its vast oil and gas wealth into infrastructure projects across Britain during an official visit from the Gulf state's emir.
Cameron asked Sheikh Tamim bin
Prime Minister David Cameron appointed Philip Hammond as foreign minister on Tuesday as he reshuffles his cabinet ahead of the 2015 general election.
"Philip Hammond is the new Foreign Secretary," Cameron said on his off
British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday he wanted to impose travel restrictions on "prominent Russian MPs" as part of the European Union's response to Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region.
Prime Minister David Cameron made an emotional appeal on Friday for Scotland to remain part of the United Kingdom, warning Scots a vote for independence would undermine Britain's global clout and imperil its financial and political stability
UK Prime Minister David Cameron this evening made a whistlestop tour of the Dubai Airshow at its new home, Dubai World Central.
The Prime Minister stopped off in the emirate on his way back from the Commonwealth Summit in Sri Lank
British Prime Minister David Cameron will urge Gulf countries to buy the Eurofighter jet system when he visits this week, sources said, as BAE Systems hopes to clinch a $9 billion deal with the UAE.
The UAE, which is preparing to
Britain has new evidence that chemical weapons were used in an attack on the Syrian capital Damascus, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Thursday.
Cameron said scientists at Britain's Porton Down military research facility h
British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday he believed the Syrian government would use chemical weapons against its own people again if the US stepped back from taking military action against it.
When asked by an oppos
Britain will not join any military action against Syria after a stunning parliamentary defeat on Thursday of a government motion on the issue, dealing a setback to US-led efforts to punish Damascus over the use of chemical weapons against civili
British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Tuesday that a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria was "absolutely abhorrent" and necessitated action from the international community with Britain considering a "proportionate r