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Khan sworn in as London's first Muslim mayor

Khan sworn in as London's first Muslim mayor

Sadiq Khan was sworn in as London mayor on Saturday after being elected the first Muslim leader of a major Western capital, as the Conservatives defended attempts to link him to extremism during the campaign.

Cameron says he does not own any shares, offshore funds

Cameron says he does not own any shares, offshore funds

British Prime Minister David Cameron said he did not own any shares or have offshore funds, after his late father was included in a leaked list of clients using a law firm in the tax haven of Panama.

Former ‘Top Gear’ host settles lawsuit with producer

Former ‘Top Gear’ host settles lawsuit with producer

Jeremy Clarkson, the former host of the BBC's hugely popular Top Gear motoring show, apologised and settled a lawsuit with the member of the production team he physically attacked.

British PM warns on Brexit risks as sterling plunges

British PM warns on Brexit risks as sterling plunges

David Cameron warned that a vote to leave the EU would risk Britain's economic and national security, as uncertainty over the outcome of the June referendum sent the pound plunging.

London mayor Johnson backs Brexit in blow for Cameron

London mayor Johnson backs Brexit in blow for Cameron

London mayor Boris Johnson said he would support a vote for Britain to leave the European Union in a blow for Prime Minister David Cameron ahead of a membership referendum in June.

PM Cameron confirms EU vote will be held on June 23

PM Cameron confirms EU vote will be held on June 23

Britain will vote on its membership of the European Union on June 23, prime minister David Cameron said yesterday as he began the daunting challenge of persuading the country to stay in.

Cameron meets EU president for crunch Brexit talks

Cameron meets EU president for crunch Brexit talks

Prime Minister David Cameron was to meet EU president Donald Tusk at Downing Street on Sunday as negotiations reach a decisive point ahead of a referendum on whether Britain should leave the bloc.

Cameron visits York as more flooding forecast

Cameron visits York as more flooding forecast

Prime Minister David Cameron visited the flood-hit historic city of York yesterday as cities, towns and villages across northern England battled to get back on their feet following devastating storms.

Britain holds emergency talks on 'unprecedented' floods

Britain holds emergency talks on 'unprecedented' floods

Britain's government held emergency talks on what it called "unprecedented" flooding in northern England forced hundreds of people to leave their homes.