Political infighting deepens as the European Union insists the withdrawal pact is not up for renegotiation. The pound takes a big hit.
Critics swiftly accuse the two U.S. allies of playing loyal deputies to an unpredictable American leader, viewed by many in Europe with suspicion or outright scorn.
The Labour Party leader teaches that we should embrace the radical change needed to inspire people to take action and shift the realm of the possible.
British Home Secretary Theresa May will succeed Cameron as soon as Wednesday, the outgoing leader of the Conservative Party said in a public statement.
Following the vote to leave the European Union, Britain’s energy and climate change policy faces major changes -- not least in relation to the nuclear power industry.
As he was sworn in Saturday, Labour Party member Sadiq Khan said to rapturous applause that he “never dreamt” he would become London's mayor. His victory also makes him the first Muslim mayor of any European Union capital.
Although his feet have barely touched the ground, the Labour Party's new leader, a man of principle, is already reinvigorating British politics.
The British prime minister has drawn criticism from civil liberties groups that claim the ban on "extremists" could be adapted to cover anyone, including protesters the government disagrees with.
Now free to pursue a radical agenda, David Cameron will lead Britain even further down the murky path of austerity, privatization, increased surveillance and jingoism.
Figures regarding the United Kingdom's recovering finances fail to account for drastic growth in the number of British citizens resorting to emergency food banks just to get by.