The red carpet is cleaned ahead of the arrival of dignitaries at the Council of the European Union in Brussels, Belgium. Most of Europe’s 28 member state leaders are gathering in Brussels to take part in a crucial summit and vote on British Prime Minister David Cameron’s pledge to renegotiate the terms of Britain’s membership in the EU
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with imam Qari Asim, and Shabana Muneer, a member of the mosque’s women’s group, as he visits the Makkah Masjid Mosque in Leeds
Staff attempt to move protesters during Prime Minister David Cameron’s speech at the annual conference of the CBI (Confederation of British Industry) at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London
Sergio Aguero takes a selfie with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister David Cameron as they visited the City Football Academy in Manchester on the last day of the state visit to the UK.
British Prime Minister, David Cameron, listens as the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, delivered his keynote speech at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel receives British Prime Minister David Cameron with military honors at the Federal Chancellery in Berlin, Germany. Cameron is on a tour through the European capitals. He wants to negotiate reforms in the UK’s EU membership before the referendum planned for the end of 2017
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Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte (right) welcomes British Prime Minister David Cameron to his official residence Catshuis in The Hague, The Netherlands, on Thursday
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Hair stylist Caryn Mitman (L) and stylist Clare Galvin pose with the updated wax figure of British Prime Minister David Cameron at Madame Tussauds in central London on Tuesday.
Prime Minister David Cameron with the newly elected Conservative Party MPs in Palace Yard in London, England. Prime Minister David Cameron continues to announce his new cabinet with many ministers keeping their old positions
Labour Party leader Ed Miliband, Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg and Prime Minister David Cameron prepare to place a wreath during a tribute at the Cenotaph to begin three days of national commemorations to mark the 70th anniversary of VE Day in London, England. Leaders of the United Kingdom are gathering together after the country went to the polls yesterday and voted to keep Conservative party leader David Cameron as Prime Minister. Great Britain now starts three days of national commemorations of street parties, concerts and other events across the country to remember the end of World War II in Europe.
David Cameron and his wife Samantha return to 10 Downing Street in London after the Conservative party surged to a commanding lead in Britain’s parliamentary election.
Pizza Express has created pizzas showing portraits of the leaders of the main political parties (left to right David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg) to celebrate this year’s General Election campaign. The prime minister’s portrait uses 89 olives to illustrate his customary dark suit and three stems of asparagus for his tie, while the deputy PM’s image uses a variety of peppers in his party colours. The leader of the opposition’s pizza portrait features Labour’s party colour using chillies, red peppers, cherry tomatoes and pepperoni
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron walks back onto his Conservative Party campaign bus after a factory visit whilst campaigning in Pendle in northern England
The shadow of Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron is cast on a screen as he delivers a speech in a garden shed warehouse during a campaign event in Bedford, southern England
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech with Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne during a campaign stop at Arriva TrainCare in Crewe in northern England
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David Cameron, UK prime minister, poses for a selfie as he campaigns in Alnwick, England ahead of May’s general election.
The sun sets over mist that has formed on the sea from Cape Cornwall near St Just in Cornwall, England. Prime Minister David Cameron has said that the six seats in the county of Cornwall are essential to achieve a Conservative majority when Britain goes to the polls on May 7.
British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party, David Cameron, talks with pupils during a general election campaign visit to the Kings Leadership Academy in Warrington, northwest England
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron leaves Downing Street to see Queen Elizabeth II for the official dissolution of Parliament, in London.
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with worker Sam Barrett as he views a military aircraft during his visit to BAE Systems, in Preston, northern England.