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Cameron tries to woo women voters in ‘patronizing’ interview
In an attempt to win over female voters to the Conservative brand, Prime Minister David Cameron issued an interview with a women’s magazine, sharing his family life and love of cooking. Critics have called his comments “patronizing.”

26.02.2015 13:18

‘US policymakers’ arrogance over Ukraine astounding’
The US has bases in 100 countries around the world, is escalating its involvement in the Mid-East and meddling in Ukraine’s affairs yet taking a moral stand against Russia trying to influence other countries, the Answer Coalition’s Richard Becker told RT.

25.02.2015 11:25

Britain couldn't defeat its own separatists, so why is Kiev asking for London's help?
Ukraine asking the United Kingdom for advice on fighting separatists is akin to questioning the Marlboro Man about how to prevent cancer. It’s not only futile - it makes both Kiev and London look stupid.

25.02.2015 11:49

Cameron’s tough-guy tactics: Warmongering & policy gaffes
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has made a name for himself when it comes to supporting yet more wars abroad, including events in Libya, Syria and now Ukraine. But more often than not, such warmongering has come back to bite Britain.

24.02.2015 23:35

Cameron under fire in UK for not joining Merkel & Hollande in Moscow, Kiev talks
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has been criticized at home for not participating in visits to Moscow and Kiev along with the French president and German Chancellor. The talks are seen as a major step forward in trying to resolve the Ukrainian conflict.

07.02.2015 04:13

Murdoch’s News Corp won't face phone-hacking, bribery charges in US
​Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation will not face prosecution over allegations that several of its subsidiaries had been intercepting personal voicemails and bribing public officials.

03.02.2015 07:44

West’s tributes to late Saudi King reveal hypocrisy not democracy
Hypocrisy is not usually regarded as a virtue of leadership, yet judging by the gushing tributes paid to Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah by various Western governments and establishment figures on his death, there are those who believe it should be.

26.01.2015 13:01

​British establishment pays tribute to controversial Saudi King Abdullah
UK Prime Minister David Cameron paid tribute to Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz after the monarch passed away on Thursday. His death has prompted debate over his legacy, and his relationship with the British establishment

23.01.2015 09:22

US, UK want to tackle ‘technical issues’ of accessing encrypted private information
Western intelligence agencies must be able to intercept any communications in order to thwart potential terror attacks being hatched by extremist groups, and this must be done without violating citizens' rights, US and British leaders said.

17.01.2015 01:54

Pentagon to deploy 400-plus troops to train and equip Syrian opposition
The US military has announced it will send about 400 specialists and hundreds more “enabling forces” to train the rebel Syrian opposition as Washington takes its fight against the Assad government and Islamic State to a new level.

16.01.2015 06:59

‘Britain still US cat’s paw getting nothing in return’
There is little democracy left in the UK, according to Toni Gosling, investigative journalist. David Cameron’s policy is influenced by Washington not directly, but through the City of London, part of the same organization as Wall Street, he told RT.

15.01.2015 11:13

Obama takes heat for not attending 'anti-terror' Paris rally
President Barack Obama and other US officials are receiving criticism for not attending Saturday’s ‘Unity March’ in Paris. The rally included more than 40 world leaders who showed solidarity with 17 victims of multiple attacks last week.

12.01.2015 15:09