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UK’s Cameron says right to suspend EU campaign after lawmaker killed

British Prime Minister David Cameron says it is right to stop all campaigning for the upcoming EU referendum after a member of Parliament was shot and killed.

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Trump: Brexit won’t impact UK-US trade deals

The presumptive U.S. Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, says Britain’s exit from the EU, were it actually to leave, would have no impact on trade deals between the two countries if he were president. Continue reading


Far right candidate turns his back as London elects first Muslim mayor

Sadiq Khan begins first full day as mayor of London after a landslide victory. Far right candidate, Paul Golding, turned his back on Khan as he gave his victory speech after becoming the first Muslim to head a major Western capital.

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A final word from Boris

It’s just hours until the polls open to elect my successor as Mayor of London.

But before they do, I wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you to all Londoners for the immense privilege of allowing me to be your Mayor over the last 8 years.

Being your Mayor has been a massive, massive honour for me. But the most important thing now is that everything that’s good that we’ve done – and tried to do – in this city is taken forward.

And I have to tell you there’s only one candidate at this election that I think is able to do that. And that is Zac Goldsmith.

Zac is an extraordinary politician. He’s absolutely rigid in his environmental principles. He’ll do a superb job in bringing our city together and in taking it forward. And he’s the only guy at this election who can do the deals with central government that will give us the funding that we need.

So if you think London has been going in broadly the right direction, if you think our great city has still got further to go, then I hope very much that you’ll support Zac Goldsmith tomorrow, and make Greater London greater still.


Britain’s Cameron says he mishandled ‘Panama Papers’ tax scrutiny

British Prime Minister David Cameron tells Conservative Party supporters that he should have handled scrutiny of his family’s tax arrangements better and promised to learn the lessons after days of negative media coverage and calls for his resignation
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