GO
Loading...

David Cameron

More

  • LONDON, Feb 9- Severe flooding and landslips have completely cut off rail routes to large parts of south west of England as storms continue to batter southern Britain. Further flooding and landslips have now cut off all rail links to Devon and Cornwall.

  • The bloc will also try to get Portugal and Greece back on their feet after Ireland successfully exited its EU/IMF bailout. Athens is likely to need more help to do so. Then there is the question of Britain's place in the EU.

  • SELLAFIELD, England, Jan 31- Sellafield, the largest nuclear site in Europe, declared an alert on Friday after discovering higher than usual levels of radioactivity, but later called it off, saying naturally occurring radon gas had triggered the alarm.

  • LONDON, Jan 31- Britain's Sellafield nuclear fuel reprocessing plant said on Friday it had detected higher than usual levels of radiation and ordered all non-essential staff to stay at home.

  • LONDON, Jan 31- Britain's Sellafield nuclear fuel reprocessing plant said on Friday it had detected higher than usual levels of radiation and ordered all non-essential staff to stay at home.

  • China's top diplomat wants free-trade deal with Europe Monday, 27 Jan 2014 | 12:22 PM ET

    BRUSSELS, Jan 27- Beijing's top diplomat called on Monday for China and the European Union to consider a multi-billion-dollar free-trade deal, a once unthinkable step that shows a big improvement in relations between two of the world's largest markets.

  • DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 24- Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday he was confident he could renegotiate Britain's relations with the European Union to allow it to remain in the 28- nation bloc. "I'm confident this is do-able, deliverable and, as I say, winnable for Britain to stay in a reformed European Union."

  • LONDON, Jan 24- Prime Minister David Cameron will use a speech at Davos on Friday to say Britain and the West have an opportunity to boost their economic fortunes by luring back jobs and factories from Asia, a trend he says is already underway.

  • BRUSSELS, Jan 22- China's Xi Jinping is expected to make his first trip as president to Europe in March, to meet the country's most important export partners after a year of trade tensions, EU diplomats said. From the Netherlands, Xi will travel to France and Germany before concluding his trip in Brussels on March 29, the diplomats told Reuters.

  • *Labour leader promises to cap banks' market share. LONDON, Jan 17- Britain's biggest banks will be forced to sell off branches to make room for new competitors if the opposition Labour party wins the next election, leader Ed Miliband said on Friday, aiming to create two new banks.

  • MADRID, Jan 16- Local lawmakers in the northeastern Spanish region of Catalonia voted to seek a referendum on breaking away from Spain on Thursday, setting themselves up for a battle with an implacably opposed central government in Madrid.

  • Sterling dips, Treasury acts on Scottish vote concerns Monday, 13 Jan 2014 | 11:07 AM ET

    LONDON, Jan 13- Sterling and gilt yields dipped in steady trade on Monday with a move by the UK Treasury to head off any nerves around this year's vote on Scottish independence prompting the first open market talk of the risks involved.

  • LONDON, Jan 13- Britain sought on Monday to reassure bondholders by promising to honour all 1.2 trillion pounds of UK government debt regardless of whether Scots vote for independence in a referendum this year.

  • UPDATE 3-Total deal speeds up UK shale gas race Monday, 13 Jan 2014 | 8:06 AM ET

    LONDON, Jan 13- Total has become the first major oil and gas company to strike a deal to explore for shale gas in Britain, boosting a technology which has brought cheap energy to the United States but sparked protests by environmentalists and local communities.

  • LONDON, Jan 13- Total has become the first major oil and gas company to strike a deal to explore for shale gas in Britain, boosting a technology which has brought cheap energy to the United States but which is bitterly opposed by environmentalists.

  • LONDON, Jan 6- British finance minister George Osborne announced major cuts to the country's welfare spending on Monday as he warned voters that the economic recovery could not be taken for granted.

  • EU tries to calm fears of Bulgarian, Romanian exodus Wednesday, 1 Jan 2014 | 10:55 AM ET

    *Curbs on Bulgarian, Romanian workers lifted from Jan. 1. BRUSSELS, Jan 1- The European Union sought to calm fears in countries like Britain, France and Germany that they face a mass influx of Romanians and Bulgarians following the lifting of restrictions on Wednesday, a change that risks fuelling anti-immigrant sentiment in Europe.

  • LONDON, Dec 23- A pledge by Britain's government to slow immigration could make the economy 11 percent smaller by 2060 and taxpayers would have to fund higher public spending, a study by a leading research institute showed on Monday.

  • *A UAE deal would underpin thousands of British jobs. LONDON, Dec 20- BAE Systems faced investor worries over its growth prospects after the United Arab Emirates pulled out of talks to buy 60 Eurofighter Typhoon combat jets, in a blow to the UK government which had pushed hard to land the $9.8 billion deal.

  • PARIS, Dec 18- European officials are confident they have averted a damaging clash among EU leaders over migration at a summit this week, but public fears of an influx into western and southern Europe will loom large over European elections next year.

Most Popular Video

Tuesday, 15 Apr 2014 | 4:07 PM ET

"Yahoo's core business is still limping along," says Colin Gillis, BGC Financial, while providing instant reaction to Yahoo's quarterly numbers. "Shark Tank" investor Kevin O'Leary and "The Profit's" Marcus Lemonis weigh in.

Tuesday, 15 Apr 2014 | 11:31 PM ET

John Sculley, former Apple CEO and Managing Partner at Inflexionpoint, discusses his company's acquisitions in Singapore and India.

Tuesday, 15 Apr 2014 | 11:14 PM ET

Will Oswald, Global Head of FICC Research at Standard Chartered, says Beijing has the tools to guide its economy to a soft landing.