British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond addresses a meeting of the House of Commons and House of Lords Joint Intelligence and Security Committee on multinational efforts to combat Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) militants in Iraq and Syria.
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British Prime Minister David Cameron appears before the House of Commons to take questions from members of the government and the opposition.
The Defence Committee in the British House of Commons holds a hearing on coalition efforts against Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) militants and their advances on targets in Iraq and Syria.
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers remarks and takes questions from members of the British House of Commons about the United Kingdom's relationship with Scotland following the September referendum vote on independence.
British Prime Minister David Cameron takes questions from parliamentary colleagues during his weekly appearance at the Commons despatch box.
British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, who also serves as his party's leader, delivers a keynote address at a conference held by the Liberal Democrats Party.
Secretary of State John Kerry and U.K. Secretary Philip Hammond speak to reporters following a meeting at the State Department. They focused their discussion on partnering in the fight against Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) militants and to combat Ebola.
British Prime Minister David Cameron addresses the annual Conservative Party Conference, being held in Birmingham, England. The speech is expected to be his final one to party faithful before voters head to the polls for the 2015 elections.
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond speaks at the annual Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, England.
The British House of Commons holds a debate on whether to conduct airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Iraq ahead of a vote on the issue. Lawmakers voted to join the U.S.-led coalition by a vote of 524-43.
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