Prime Minister David Cameron condemned the brutal hacking attack of a British soldier as security was increased Thursday at army bases around London.
David Cameron has a reputation for taking things easy. He plays games on his iPad; he revels in family life; an anonymous friend told his biographers Francis Elliott and James Hanning that “if there was an Olympic gold medal for chillaxing, he would win it.” If any chillaxing time was scheduled into his four-night, three-city tour to the U.S. last week, it was mostly on the executive jet that ferried Britain’s Prime Minister and an assortment of advisers and journalists—including TIME—across the Atlantic and from destination to destination.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Thursday the country would remain resolute in its opposition to terrorism after two men hacked to death a soldier in south London. "This country will be absolutely resolute in its stand against violent extremism and terror," he said, on the steps of his 10 Downing Street residence. "We will never give in to terror or terrorism in any of its forms." (Reporting by Kate Holton)
Prime Minister David Cameron will meet today with Britain's security team in the aftermath of the "shocking and barbaric" hacking death of a man thought to be a British soldier. FULL STORY
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