@David_Cameron is the prime minister of the U.K. @DavidCameron, however, is an unfortunately named guy from Oregon. You can imagine how that’s worked out.
There’s not much that Britain’s politicians can do about the floods. That isn’t stopping them having a look.
The Prime Minister took his French opposite number to a gastropub in his constituency.
Ed Miliband is not made of magnets. Allegedly.
David Cameron yesterday talked of changing 3,000 rules in his Red Tape Challenge. It’s not quite as impressive.
Sharon O’Donnell may regret inviting the Prime Minister into her new home.
The Prime Minister’s getting into the festive spirit.
The UK’s politicians have been trying to out-weird each other over the last twelve months. These were the highlights.
British Prime Minister David Cameron, Denmark’s Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, and President Obama pose for a photo during Nelson Mandela’s memorial service. Michelle Obama is not amused.
As a lot of people on Twitter would have you believe. Though some Conservative students did.
The prime minister appears to be showing an interest in ladies of the night. But let’s hold fire for a minute.
Paul Heaton isn’t happy with the Prime Minister. It’s not Happy Hour again.
The Tories have attempted to wipe all of their pre-2010 speeches off the internet. So we’ve dug them out.
The Prime Minister has also announced the HMS Daring will sail to the Philippines to help those affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
BREAKING: He hasn’t actually resigned.
David Cameron and his many cardboard box lookalikes.
The pepper, and the politician. Not so dissimilar after all.
David Cameron addressed the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester this morning. Here’s what we learned. (Not much.)
The speech was dull. Twitter made it better.
In the same position, can you honestly say you wouldn’t do the same thing?
Do not insult the UK, or the Prime Minister will do a Hugh Grant impression.
A perfect response to negative comments about Romanian immigration by the British government.
More than 300,000 attempts were made to access pornographic websites in the past year.
In a phone call with British Prime Minister David Cameron, the Russian president sticks to Syria’s denial.
Please mind the gap. And the mob of pandas.
He calls for a boycott of the upcoming Winter Olympics in Russia.
Plus your new favorite Pomeranian, British Prime Minister David Cameron’s war on porn, and the machine that lets you drink your own sweat.
Let’s hope they never check their @ replies.