Foreign Secretary William Hague is in Brussels to attend the EU Foreign Ministers meeting and Defence Secretary Liam Fox is also in Brussels meeting his NATO counterparts to discuss the full spectrum of contingency planning.
Speaking outside his meeting, Mr Hague said he was “appalled by the levels of violence” in Libya and was in Brussels to “step-up pressure” to further isolate the regime.
The Prime Minister will be travelling to Brussels tomorrow for a European Council meeting to discuss the EU response to events in Libya.
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The Sweet Project, a social enterprise that develops and trains student social workers while supporting families in deprived areas, is the latest winner of the Prime Minister’s Big Society Award
David Cameron has pledged to help families coping with the rising costs of living. During an interview last night on BBC’s The One Show, the PM said that he understood that the cost of living is hurting people and that the Government needs to help.
Frontline police officers, Libya and organ donations were on the agenda at today’s Prime Minister’s Questions.
Prime Minister David Cameron has spoken with President Barack Obama today about the situation in Libya. They discussed the coordination of international efforts to end the violence against the Libyan people and to ensure accountability.
Prime Minister David Cameron has welcomed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to Number 10 and said that he was “delighted” and thought it “absolutely right” that they had upgraded the Palestinian delegation to a Mission.
A cross-Government action plan on climate change backed by the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister has been launched today setting strict actions and deadlines for Whitehall.
Prime Minister David Cameron today said that the Government has “a lot more to do” to stimulate growth in a bid to secure economic recovery.
The Government has published February progress updates for each department’s Structural Reform Plans.