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Tuition hike protesters attack car carrying Prince Charles, Camillaupdated: Fri Dec 10 2010 05:46:00

Protesters enraged by a Parliament vote to triple university tuition rate caps, attacked a car carrying Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Thursday night.

Clegg defends budget cutsupdated: Sun Sep 26 2010 12:26:00

British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is defending his coalition government's plans for budget cuts, saying the five-year plan was the right judgment to make.

Bereaved PM Cameron misses hacking scandal grillingupdated: Wed Sep 08 2010 11:44:00

David Cameron missed prime minister's questions to be with his dying father Wednesday, depriving lawmakers of their first chance to grill him in public since the revival of a scandal involving his top public relations aide.

British elections: Why U.S. should careupdated: Thu Jun 24 2010 17:12:00

The monthlong sprint that is the British elections ended Thursday night with a hung parliament, meaning plenty of wrangling is still to be done before we know who will be the next prime minister.

New British government unveils political reformsupdated: Wed May 19 2010 09:39:00

The new British government plans to replace the House of Lords with an elected second chamber of Parliament, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said Wednesday.

Cameron accepts prime minister postupdated: Wed May 19 2010 09:39:00

British Prime Minister David Cameron vows that he will form a "full coalition" with Liberal Democrats.

A UK government 'that will last'updated: Thu May 13 2010 07:32:00

UK Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy PM Nick Clegg talk about the new government and new politics for Britain.

New British PM Cameron builds coalitionupdated: Tue May 11 2010 21:07:00

Within hours of his appointment, Britain's new prime minister, David Cameron, immediately began forming his coalition government overnight, appointing several Liberal Democrat leaders to Cabinet posts along with members of his own Conservative Party.

UK election: What happens next?updated: Tue May 11 2010 14:12:00

The closest-fought UK election in decades has resulted in a hung parliament in which neither of the two biggest parties has a clear majority that would allow it to pass legislation.

Brown's quit offer sparks newspaper frenzyupdated: Tue May 11 2010 09:36:00

British premier Gordon Brown's offer to step down as part of a deal to entice the Liberal Democrats into a coalition government with Labour rather than David Cameron's Conservatives provoked a mixed reaction in the UK press Tuesday.

Voters turned away for queuing up lateupdated: Sat May 08 2010 20:07:00

CNN's Richard Quest looks into why many voters weren't able to cast their votes in the UK election.

UK leaders try to resolve political uncertaintyupdated: Sat May 08 2010 20:07:00

The United Kingdom spent a second day suspended in uncertainty Saturday as leading politicians met to resolve a national election that failed to yield an outright winner.

Anger as hundreds turned away from UK pollsupdated: Fri May 07 2010 20:24:00

Thousands of people were unable to cast their votes in the UK general election Thursday after being turned away from polling stations amid chaotic scenes.

Many not able to vote in UK electionsupdated: Fri May 07 2010 20:24:00

Several polling stations across the UK were overwhelmed with voters, making it impossible for some to cast their ballots.

Britain faces potentially historic voteupdated: Thu May 06 2010 01:09:00

British voters go to the polls Thursday to determine the fate of Gordon Brown's Labour government, which has run the United Kingdom for the past 13 years.

Candidates make final push before UK electionupdated: Wed May 05 2010 02:51:00

After Cleggmania, the "bigotgate" gaffe and the first-ever candidate debates, the Big Day is almost here.

British parties use new online tacticsupdated: Wed May 05 2010 02:51:00

CNN's Zain Verjee reports on a new tool consumers can use to find information on political parties.

Who is Nick Clegg?updated: Tue May 04 2010 14:03:00

CNN's Max Foster meets the man who could have changed British politics forever.

The UK election looms -- but who agrees with Nick?updated: Tue May 04 2010 14:03:00

For years his party has been an also-ran in British elections, but a scandal and a debate have put Nick Clegg in a position no Liberal Democrat party leader has held in recent memory: potential kingmaker.

How outsider threw UK election race wide openupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 13:12:00

By triumphing in the first ever British TV leaders' debate, Liberal Democrat Nick Clegg has sent an electrical charge through the UK general election.

A third choice for Britain?updated: Fri Apr 30 2010 13:12:00

CNN's Max Foster explains how Nick Clegg has turned the British election into a three-party race.

TV election debates: Tune in -- or drop outupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 13:11:00

"It was the Sun wot won it" claimed the bumptious newspaper in a famous headline the day after the 1992 UK election surprisingly returned Conservative Prime Minister John Major to power.

Last TV debate before UK electionupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 13:11:00

CNN's Max Foster takes a look at the highlights and feisty point-scoring of the last televised British leaders debate.

Racing from and to Westminsterupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 13:08:00

With a UK election just weeks away, Max Foster looks at the players and the battleground.

Analysis: UK faces election with a differenceupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 13:08:00

The worst kept secret in British politics is now officially confirmed and the UK will go to the polls for a general election on May 6 to elect 650 members of the House of Commons.

Clegg on the spot as UK rivals square up over world affairsupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 12:57:00

The leaders of the UK's three main political parties will clash again Thursday in the second of three televised debates which have energized the country's general election campaign.

Preparing for UK debate sequelupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 12:57:00

CNN's Becky Anderson previews the second British election debate and what's become a three-horse race.

Brown attacks rivals in UK election debateupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 12:56:00

Gordon Brown went on the offensive against the two men hoping to replace him as prime minister at a debate Thursday, but it seems to have done him little good.

Social media reacts to second UK debateupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 12:56:00

CNN's Phil Han takes a look at how social media reacted to the second debate by British party leaders.

UK vote: Can Clegg hold on as the game gets rough?updated: Fri Apr 30 2010 12:54:00

Elections, the American commentator H.L. Mencken once insisted, are the process in which all the parties rush around the country insisting that the others are unfit to govern, and in the end they are all proved right.

Cameron: UK needs 'decisive result'updated: Fri Apr 30 2010 12:53:00

The tightening race to the May 6 general elections has increased the likelihood of a hung parliament in the United Kingdom, but Conservative Party leader David Cameron isn't ready to talk about striking deals yet.

David Cameron on the campaign trailupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 12:53:00

Conservative Party leader David Cameron talks about the possibility of a hung parliament, as well as ties with the U.S.

Cheese and eggs: UK debate digestedupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 12:49:00

Gordon Brown looked like a mouldy cheese, David Cameron a fleshy buttock and Nick Clegg a scrambled egg. Britain's newspapers pulled no punches as they summed up the last of the country's pre-election leadership debates in typically ribald fashion.

Navigating the British spin roomupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 12:49:00

CNN's Paula Newton talks to British political experts on who won the third and final debate.

Polls give UK election debate win to Cameronupdated: Fri Apr 30 2010 12:48:00

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown fought to hold on to his job Thursday in a debate against the two men who hope to replace him, David Cameron of the Conservative Party and Nick Clegg of the Liberal Democrats.

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