Some good news out of the Brexit mess: Larry the Cat will retain his post as Chief Mouser at 10 Downing Street.
When Brexit blew up in everyone’s faces, David Cameron said he’d be resigning by October. Now that Home Secretary and Conservative Theresa May has clinched the Prime Minister vote, Cameron’s moved his resignation up to Wednesday. He’s so relieved that he hummed a little tune into the hot mic immediately after saying…
Home Secretary Theresa May is expected to replace British Prime Minister David Cameron after the only other remaining Conservative candidate, Andrea Leadsom, withdrew on Monday. Theresa May will be the UK’s first woman Prime Minister since Margaret Thatcher.
No one has ever played himself as hard as David Cameron, and it doesn’t seem like there’ll be too many weeping mourners at his political funeral. A pressing question, though: what happens to 10 Downing Street resident Larry, Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office?
Yesterday, the UK voted—essentially by accident, both on the part of the pompous drip who called the referendum and the voters who didn’t bother to learn what it meant—to exit the European Union. Today, David Cameron resigned, the pound plunged to its lowest level since 1985, global financial markets plummeted, and …
The Foreign Office of the United Kingdom has just acquired a rescue cat to patrol its aged halls, which apparently have a bit of a rodent problem. His name is Palmerston, after nineteenth-century foreign secretary Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston.
Over the weekend, Icelandic author Bryndis Bjorgvinsdottir published an open letter on Facebook appealing to Iceland’s welfare minister, Eygló Harðardóttir, to accommodate more Syrian refugees than the country’s cap of 50. Her original letter reads:
Apparently somebody's fondness for Beyoncé recently earned him a personal dressing-down from the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Worth it.
A top adviser to British Prime Minister David Cameron has been arrested on charges of child pornography, after police examined computers located at 10 Downing Street.
While America's elected officials have whiled their days away bickering about budgets, the prime minister of the U.K. has had his hands full—with a war on pornography. Unfortunately, some of the country's sex ed, porn addiction and domestic abuse resources are collateral damage.
UK universities are pushing back against gender segregation in classrooms — apparently Prime Minister David Cameron isn't a fan of separating the co-eds — but the legality of such separation, say if there's a visiting lecturer discussing Islam which might request such division, is still murky.
British Prime Minister David Cameron announced Monday that if you want those naked moving images, you've got to say it. In what is being called "most dramatic step by the government to crack down on the 'corroding' influence of pornography on childhood," Britain plans to make it so that every person must tell their…
In the arena of foreign policy, sartorial choices aren’t just personal statements about how hopelessly conventional world leaders want us to believe they are. The clothes a president or prime minister or emperor or consul or khaleesi chooses to wear will inevitably speak to the national character of the people that…
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, second right, with The Duke of Edinburgh, right, are greeted by Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, left, and his wife Samantha, as they arrive for lunch at Downing Street in London, Tuesday, July 24, 2012. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 14: Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine, arrives for a lunch hosted in honor of Prime Minister David Cameron at the State Department on March 14, 2012 in Washington, DC. Cameron is on an official visit to Washington, where President Obama will host him at a State Dinner tonight.…
There's a saying about marrying royalty: The woman's job is just to produce "an heir and a spare." But. If Prince William and Duchess Catherine have a daughter, she could become the Queen Of England.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is desperately trying to save his reputation with women after he made some comments recently that were perceived by many as sexist and outdated. The Daily Mail explains,
An editor at the Telegraph has drawn criticism for a post on a parliament meeting that focused on an MPs cleavage. But she's not sorry at all.
Yes, that's right, our friends across the pond have a head of state who just took time off to spend time with his newborn. Cue American lefty social-welfare envy. But how is the habitually obnoxious British press taking this?