The Prime Minister’s Speech on Extremism In a speech of historic significance, David Cameron declares the importance of British values and the strategy needed to defeat extremism in Britain.
Defence Revue to Look at Threat of Extremism Following an increase in defence spending, David Cameron calls for the Defence Review to give particular consideration to tackling the threat of extremism.
Memorial to Victims of Tunisia Terrorist Attack Funding will be made available for a memorial dedicated to the victims of last week’s terrorist attack in Tunisia and a separate site of remembrance for all UK nationals who have been killed in terrorist atrocities overseas, Prime Minister David Cameron announced today.
David Cameron – Statement on Islamist Murders in Tunisia David Cameron gave a statement in the House of Commons on the attack in Tunisia and about the European Council meeting on 25 to 26 June.
Calais Immigration Crisis The government has held an emergency COBRA meeting to discuss the ongoing immigration crisis in Calais. As migrants have been boarding lorries to enter the UK during the recent strikes by French ferry workers, Philippe Mignonet, the Deputy Mayor of Calais, has claimed the city has been sacrificed by Europe, and particularly […]
David Cameron’s Speech on Islamism and Terrorism We meet at a time when Europe faces extraordinary challenges. There’s the threat of ISIL-inspired terrorism – luring our young people to fight in the Middle East and casting a shadow of terrorism over us at home.
David Cameron’s Speech on the Magna Carta The Prime Minister gave a speech on the history, importance and relevance of the Magna Carta on the 800th anniversary of its signing.
Cutting Immigration – Reducing Need for Migrant Labour PM announces Migration Advisory Committee will consider new measures to reduce demand for migrant labour.
David Cameron – Government’s Plans to Control Immigration David Cameron discussed government plans to control immigration ahead of the Queen’s Speech.
Prime Minister Commits to Reducing Immigration The Prime Minister will pledge to help millions of working people by putting new laws to control immigration in next week’s Queen’s Speech.