Tag Archives: David Cameron

An electoral evaluation

Recently, Theresa May announced her plans to initiate a General Election, enabling the British public to either elect her as Prime Minister    ... more

The larger picture

Next month, British citizens have the opportunity to vote whether the United Kingdom stays or leaves the European Union. The United    ... more

A changing approach

A change in the education system announced by David Cameron aims to modify the curriculum, modifying Sex Education studies as a “compulsory”    ... more

Responding as a nation

Britain plans to welcome 3,000 children from refugee resettlements, the international development committee shared, in a report which calls more to    ... more

Personalised governance

Last week the Queen’s Speech outlined the Conservative government’s priorities, including a push for increased devolution in areas of the United    ... more

The electorate’s choice

David Cameron is to remain as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom following the Conservative’s majority of 331 seats. The results    ... more

Focusing on the debates

Broadcasters have confirmed that there is an agreement over TV election debates for the United Kingdom’s general election. The Prime Minister,    ... more

The coalition election

The prospect of coalitions is fast becoming an increasingly pertinent part of the United Kingdom’s general election campaign. Labour party leader    ... more

Creative and secure platform

An innovative new partnership has been announced to keep children safe from online securities. Manchester based, Social Enterprise Engage Media Solutions    ... more

Debating the debate

The leader of the Liberal Democrats has called for a rethink regarding the televised debates that involve leaders of various UK    ... more

Unity behind freedom of speech

The international community has demonstrated significant support for the people of France in the wake of recent incidents that appear to    ... more

Economic prosperity potential

As political parties position themselves ahead of the election, John Cridland, CBI Director-General, has spelled out in his New Year message    ... more

Cameron places momentum behind trade plan

David Cameron stated he intends to put ‘rocket boosters’ behind plans for an EU-US free trade deal while speaking at the    ... more

Prosperity living

The CBI, the Confederation of British Industry, has called for the implementation of childcare subsidies and tax reductions for working families    ... more

Worldwide alliance for peace

David Cameron has made Britain’s RAF a member of the international coalition of aerial fleets that harbour the intention to liberate    ... more

Eagerly awaiting independency

By Shivani Handa, aged 12 years old Recently the news has been focused on one very important topic that might change    ... more

Valuable awareness on gun legislation

The trial of Oscar Pistorius has gained the attention of South Africa as well as worldwide recognition. The case involving the    ... more

The European Union: a guardian for human rights

The European Union may be one of the true safeguards of our democracy. It may be hailed as an example that    ... more

Globalisation promotes a world in action

In cause of the recent situation in Gaza, global governments are working together and independently to give advice and support to    ... more

Community disbursement projects

The government has agreed a series of growth deals with businesses and local authorities across England. The Prime Minister and Deputy    ... more

Parliamentary debate revitalises feminism

When looking back at British history and the achievements of feminism and gender equality, some may say a focus on gender    ... more

New leaps for mental health support

Society has become much more informed about mental health challenges in recent years. This has been aided by celebrities drawing awareness    ... more

Cycling’s pioneering campaign

The past couple of days have seen the UK host the start of the Tour de France, starting in Yorkshire and    ... more

Cooperative trading and investment

A range of trade and investment deals, worth £14 million, have been signed between the UK and Chinese firms as the    ... more

Labour market employment scheme

The government has announced a new employment scheme called Help to Work. People in long-term unemployment who are capable of work    ... more

Planned infrastructure advancement

The Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has announced a £120 million infrastructure investment planning to bring jobs and businesses to the Sheffield    ... more

Modern day medicine

In the modern era technology plays a vital role in everyday life; it helps to organise, plan, schedule, socialise and entertain.    ... more

Celebrate all things literary at Oxford during the Oxford Literary Festival. Pic credit: spigoo via flickr

Exploring the literary corridors

The famous University City, Oxford, will soon be hosting its annual Oxford Literary Festival from 22-30 March 2014, when over 350    ... more

Football aims to unite another nation

British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced an exciting new partnership between the FA, Premier League and equivalent football bodies in    ... more

A plan of action

The UK government has announced funding into dementia research may be doubled over the next 12 years as it aims to    ... more

Disability Sport boosted by huge investment

A year on from the most successful Paralympic games the country had even more to be celebrated on National Paralympic day    ... more

Same-sex equality given legal boost by historic Supreme Court rulings

A series of landmark victories for same-sex couples is sweeping America as part of a wider movement in the western world,    ... more

Blind Chinese activist wins first Westminster Award

Chen Guangcheng has become the first person to be presented with a ‘Westminster Award’ of Human Rights, Human Life and Human    ... more

Digital archives remembers the nation’s heroes of WW1

The Imperial War Museum and Brightsolid have teamed up together in the making of a new digital archive that will allow    ... more

A divisive legacy lives on

The first and only female British Prime Minister, Baroness Margaret Thatcher, passed away at the Ritz Hotel in London, after having    ... more