Cameron had promised to cut net migration to Britain to under 100,000, but official statistics released yesterday
effectively killed that promise.
Cameron may announce exclusion orders to bar citizens, suspected of being jihadi fighters, from re-entering the UK.
He is also likely to have a “pull-aside” with US President Barack Obama, as they will be part of both the ASEAN and G-20 summits.
Cameron is under pressure at home from groups that want Britain to leave the EU, and the budget controversy only amplified those calls.
Police detained the man briefly, but quickly released him after establishing that no threats were made.
He said the murder of taxi driver Alan Henning is “abhorrent and senseless.”
Belgium promised to send six F-16 fighter planes to take part in the operation.
History is what happens when leaders don’t know the mic is on.
Cameron will meet Rouhani on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, sources said.
Migrants pelt freight trucks headed to the port with stones to slow them down so they can hop into the back.
According to BBC, if Scotland were to get a ‘geographical share’ based on the median line, about 90 per cent of UK’s oil would be under Scottish jurisdiction.
PM David Cameron condemns beheading of 44-year-old aid worker David Hainesby by IS as ‘pure evil’.
If Scots vote yes to separation on Thursday, a clock starts ticking down to March 24, 2016.
The meeting comes after Islamic extremists released a video showing the beheading of David Haines and threatening another with death.
Cameron told Scots: “We desperately want you to stay; we do not want this family of nations to be ripped apart.”