David Cameron discusses plans to help working families and extend opportunities to all.
To support the UK’s armed forces, all government departments across Whitehall will fly the Armed Forces flag throughout Armed Forces Week.
David Cameron discussed current security challenges at GLOBSEC 2015, held in Bratislava.
The Prime Minister gave a speech on the history, importance and relevance of the Magna Carta on the 800th anniversary of its signing.
The Prime Minister sends his best wishes to all Muslim communities observing Ramadan, in Britain and around the world.
A new medal has been created to recognise the bravery and hard work of people who have helped to stop the spread of Ebola.
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- updated 23 June 2015
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- updated 22 June 2015
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