British Prime Minister David Cameron leads members of Parliament in tributes to Nelson Mandela. The former South African President died Thursday, December 5 and will be buried later this week. President and Mrs. Obama will lead the U.S. delegation.
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Prime Minister Cameron responds to questions from members of the government and opposition about a number of issues.
Alan Rusbridger testifies before the British Home Affairs Committee about his Guardian newspaper's decision to publish leaked U.S. National Security Agency surveillance files submitted by former U.S. government contractor Edward Snowden.
Prime Minister David Cameron responds to questions from members of the government and opposition about a number of issues
British Foreign Secretary William Hague makes a statement to the House of Commons on the agreement the P5+1 countries made with Iran on a six-month test freeze of the country's nuclear program.
British Prime Minister David Cameron takes questions from Parliament in his weekly session. Topics are likely to include a range of foreign and domestic policy, including Iran, the typhoon in the Philippines, and other issues.
Former British Ambassador to the U.S. Sir Nigel Sheinwald speaks before the British Foreign Affairs Committee on the status of United Kingdom-U.S. relations.
Prime Minister David Cameron speaks about foreign policy issues at the Lord Mayor's Banquet, an annual event for the financial and diplomatic corps of London.
British Prime Minister David Cameron responds to questions from members of the House of Commons about foreign and domestic issues.
Nile Gardiner and Stephen Thompson talk about their book, Margaret Thatcher on Leadership: Lessons for American Conservatives Today, in which they discuss what conservatives today can learn from Margaret Thatcher's life and time in office.
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