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Leader of the House of Commons William Hague answers questions from members of his party and the opposition in the absence of Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy P.M. Nick Clegg, who are in Scotland to campaign against Scottish independence.
British Foreign Secretary Phillip Hammond testifies before the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee about the Cameron government's foreign policy, including international efforts to combat Islamic militants in Iraq and Syria.
British Prime Minister David Cameron answers reporters' questions following the conclusion of the NATO Summit in Wales. Topics include the ceasefire agreement in Ukraine, Scottish independence, and the threat from Islamic State militants.
BBC Parliament TV's "Westminster in Review" examine the major events in the British parliament from the previous three months.
British Ambassador Peter Westmacott discusses security challenges facing NATO ahead of their September summit in the United Kingdom. Defense One hosts this event.
British Prime Minister David Cameron calls on fellow European Union leaders to toughen economic sanctions against Russia and addresses the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas-led forces in the Gaza Strip.
British Prime Minister David Cameron answers parliamentary colleagues' questions in the wake of his wide-ranging cabinet reshuffle. It's expected to be the last reshuffle before the May 2015 general election.
British Prime Minister David Cameron takes questions from parliamentary colleagues during his weekly appearance at the Commons despatch box. Topics include a child abuse scandal from the 1980s as well as the upcoming NATO Summit in Wales.
British Prime Minister David Cameron answers questions on a number of issues, including the appointment of former Luxembourg Premier Jean Claude Juncker to head the European Commission and the murder of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank.
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