David Cameron

‘Change’ or just more of the same? It’s campaign slogan déjà vu.

QUIZ: The Ontario NDP is offering ‘change for the better’. They’re not the first. Match these campaign taglines to the leader and election.

The summer of Brexit: Who controls what happens next?

Brexit’s aftermath is all about control—of the Conservative party, the Labour party, the economy, and Britain’s future

After Brexit, a political revolution in the U.K.—for women

The job of cleaning up the mess left behind after Brexit will fall on women—including Theresa May

What role did skepticism play in the Brexit campaign?

Britons might have had enough of experts. What happens when they truly have had enough of politicians?

What were Google’s most frequent U.K. searches after Brexit?

The second-most popular question for the search engine giant: ‘What is the EU?’

Brexit night: What happened?

Colin Horgan on a less than united kingdom, and how Britain’s big decision unfolded

David Cameron is Brexit’s biggest loser

Britain’s Prime Minister pushed it into a referendum no one wanted or understood. And it should ruin his career.

Brexit vs Bremain: It’s decision time

The Leave campaign promises a return to the glorious past, while Remain conjures visions of a dystopian future. Why are so few people talking about the present?

How Obama’s anti-‘Brexit’ pitch brought out the worst in its opponents

The Leader of the Free World’s rejection of ‘Brexit’ riled Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage

David Cameron’s connection to the Panama Papers

How did U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron get ahead? Until now, his father’s tax shelter didn’t hurt.

Britain’s debate over leaving the EU becomes a soap opera

Prime Minister David Cameron is suddenly locked in a very personal battle as Britain’s ‘neverendum’ gets under way

George Osborne’s brother problem

George Osborne has his eye on Britain’s top job. His younger sibling’s latest scandal isn’t helping his case.