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  • *Germany says "America first" is no answer to post-Cold War world. LONDON, April 28- Donald Trump's first major foreign policy address alarmed American allies, who view the Republican front runner's repeated invocation of an "America first" agenda as a threat to retreat from the world. "I can only hope that the election campaign in the USA does not lack the perception...

  • LONDON, April 27- Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday there was no guarantee that efforts to save the British steel industry would be successful, trying to manage expectations that the government can save thousands of jobs. Cameron has said his government will do all it can to secure a buyer for Tata Steel's businesses in Britain, keen to make sure the...

  • LONDON, April 27- Securing the sale of Tata Steel's businesses in Britain is a difficult process and Prime Minister David Cameron is trying to be as realistic as possible about saving the plants, his spokesman said on Wednesday.

  • *Lawmakers say Britain will lose all EU benefits. BERLIN, April 26- Britain should not get special treatment from the European Union if it leaves the bloc and should expect tough talks in sealing bilateral deals, lawmakers from German Chancellor Angela Merkel's governing coalition said on Tuesday. Volker Kauder, the leader of Merkel's conservatives in...

  • LONDON, April 25- Sterling rose to six-week high against the euro and a one-month peak on a trade-weighted basis on Monday, bolstered by expectations that Britons would vote to stay in the European Union after U.S. From 37 percent on Thursday, the chances of Britain voting to leave the EU in the June 23 referendum fell to around 26 percent on Monday, according to the...

  • LONDON, April 25- Sterling traded near a six-week high against the euro and a one-month peak on a trade-weighted basis on Monday, bolstered by expectations that Britons would vote to stay in the European Union after U.S. From around 37 percent early last week, the chances of Britain voting to leave the EU in the June 23 referendum fell to around 25 percent, according...

  • LONDON, April 25- Sterling traded near a six-week high against the euro on Monday, buoyed by growing expectations that Britons would vote to stay in the European Union after U.S. Last week, the pound posted its best week against the single currency since early March as odds swung in favor of the campaign to stay in the European Union. Obama said on Sunday that Britain...

  • President Barack Obama implored young British people on Saturday not to pull back from the world, a day after sparking a row by bluntly telling Britain it should remain in the European Union to preserve its remaining global clout. Obama angered critics of the EU on Friday by warning that Britain would be at "the back of the queue" for a trade deal if it left the club-...

  • President Barack Obama made an extraordinary intervention into the politics of Washington's closest ally on Friday, warning Britons they would go to "the back of the queue" for a trade deal if they left the European Union. BORIS JOHNSON, MAYOR OF LONDON AND "OUT" CAMPAIGNER. "We don't have a trade deal with the U.S. at the moment and we have been in the EU for 43 years and...

  • *Obama urges Britain to vote to stay in EU. LONDON, April 22- President Barack Obama made a bold intervention into the politics of Washington's closest ally on Friday, exhorting Britons to stay in the EU and warning that if they left they would be at "the back of the queue" for a U.S. trade deal. Obama's plea to British voters ahead of a June referendum on membership of the...

  • "We consider a major national security issue that you have uncontrolled migration into Europe, not because these folks are coming to the United States but because if it destabilises Europe, our largest... trading partner, it's going to be bad for our economy," he said. "If you start seeing divisions in Europe, that weakens NATO, that will have an impact on our collective...

  • President Barack Obama waves as he is greeted by Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (C) at Number 10 Downing Street in London, Britain April 22, 2016.

    Obama encouraged continued collaboration between Britain and the United States, while also arguing that Britain should remain in the EU.

  • President Barack Obama said on Fridays laws recently passed in two U.S. states seen as restricting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights are wrong, and sought to assure Britons that they would be received warmly if they visited the states. "The people of North Carolina and Mississippi are wonderful people, they are hospitable people....

  • President Barack Obama said on Friday the Syrian crisis cannot be solved without political negotiations and that required dealing with people he deeply disagrees with. "We are not going to solve the overall problem unless we can get this political track moving," Obama told a joint news conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron.

  • President Barack Obama said Britain's membership of the European Union empowers one of the United States' best friends, adding that the emotional bond between the two countries would still endure even if Britain left the European Union. "If one of our best friends is in an organisation that enhances their influence and enhances their power and enhances their...

  • Obama on Prince: A remarkable loss

    U.S. President Barack Obama and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron hold a joint press conference in London. Obama answers questions on the death of Prince.

  • President Barack Obama warned Britain on Friday that it would find itself "at the back of the queue" for a trade deal with the United States if it voted to leave the European Union in a referendum in June. Speaking at a joint news conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron during a visit to Britain, Obama said Britain's EU membership enhanced the "special...

  • "I wouldn't describe European unity as in a crisis but I would say it is under strain," he told a joint news conference in London with British Prime Minister David Cameron.

  • Obama on Syria: We have looked at all options

    U.S. President Barack Obama and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron hold a joint press conference in London. Obama answers questions on controversial laws in North Carolina and Mississippi, and the situation in Syria.

  • President Barack Obama said on Friday that if Britain left the European Union there might eventually be a new commerce agreement between the two countries, but that Britain would be at the back of the queue for a trade deal. Speaking to reporters in London alongside Prime Minister David Cameron, Obama poured cold water on arguments from those who back a Brexit...