EU referendum: Brexit MPs insist David Cameron should remain party leader

Members of Prime Minister David Camerons cabinet say the Conservative party will remain unified in support of the leader even as the members publicly campaign against his stance of remaining in the European Union. In separate interviews on 22 February, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon and Culture Secretary John Whittingdale said Cameron should retain his position, regardless of the outcome of a referendum on EU membership slated for 23 June Feb 22, 2016

EU referendum: David Cameron says he wont accept deal at any price

Prime Minister David Cameron said on 18 February, that he expected negotiations with fellow European leaders to be tough but that he would not accept a deal at any price to keep Britain in the EU. Cameron made the comments as he arrived at a crunch summit in Brussels where he will try and achieve concessions on key issues he believes are vital if he is to win an EU membership referendum. Feb 18, 2016

US election 2016: Obama says Trump ‘will not be President’

US President Barack Obama said he believes Donald Trump would not get elected president if he becomes the Republican presidential nominee. Obama made the comments during a news conference at the end of a two-day summit with leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in California. Feb 17, 2016

Nato: We do not want a new Cold War

Nato does not see or want a new Cold War, its Supreme Allied Commander said on 13 February, in response to remarks by Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. General Philip Breedlove told reporters at the Munich Security Conference that Minister Medvedev is entitled to his opinion. We dont look at what is happening as a Cold War and no one in Nato wants to return to a Cold War. Feb 13, 2016

Syria: More foreign troops could enter conflict if talks fail

Major powers agreed on 12 February to a pause in combat in Syria, but Russia pressed on with bombing in support of its ally President Bashar al-Assad, who vowed to fight until he regained full control of the country. In an interview with Dubai-based Orient TV in Munich, US Secretary of State, John Kerry said that if the peace plan fails, more foreign troops could enter the conflict. Feb 13, 2016

Donald Trump: I’d love to run against ‘communist’ Bernie Sanders

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he would love to run against Democratic rival Bernie Sanders in the general election, calling him a communist. Trump made the remarks at a rally in Tampa, Florida, which drew more than 10,000 people, according to local media. The New York billionaire marvelled at the size of the crowd, joking that the best location in the University of South Floridas Sun Dome was right behind him. Feb 13, 2016