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.
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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.
Labour Party Leader Ed Miliband delivers a speech at his party's 2014 conference in Manchester, England. He says the next eight months leading up to the general election will be his interview with the British people for the job of prime minister.
Phone lines are open for viewer calls on news of the day.
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.
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