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Britain's Election : In-depth briefing
Cameron: Not your father's Tory

David Cameron: The new face of England

At 43, Cameron is the youngest British prime minister in 200 years. How did he rise so far so fast?

 
Britain's Election : Reader Poll
Polls

What's your opinion on U.K. leadership and the U.S.?

Take our reader poll: David Cameron has been appointed Britain's P.M. Which of his predecessors did the most for America?

 
Britain's Election : Opinion Brief
Obama and Cameron met when Obama visited the UK last April.

Is Britain's new P.M. good for America?

As conservative David Cameron forms his new coalition government, Americans are naturally concerned about... American interests

 
Britain's Election : Forecast
After an inconclusive election, Britain has a hung parliament. What now?

Britain's hung parliament: 5 scenarios

Five days after the British general election, no government has emerged. And the Prime Minister just resigned. What happens now?

 
Britain's Election : Twitter Take
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The latest Tweets about the 'U.K. election'

Unfiltered, real-time opinion from the world at large

 
Britain's Election : Instant Guide
For current PM Gordon Brown, this election is a fight to the end.

The UK election: A quick guide

Three mainstream British parties are set to battle it out in Thursday's general election. Here's the lowdown

 
Britain's Election : Controversy
Nick Clegg

Nick Clegg: Britain's Obama?

Who is the little-known British politician whose performance in a leadership debate has galvanized the country's general election? Everything you need to know about Nick Clegg

 
Britain's Election : Best Column
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling.

Harry Potter and the Labor Party endorsement

JK Rowling has turned her pen from the magical world of Hogwarts to the forthcoming British election. She writes in The Times of London about why she will be voting Labor

 
Britain's Election : The Bullpen
Daniel Larison

Daniel Larison: The end of our 'special relationship' with Britain

After decades of playing second fiddle to the U.S., Britain, like other U.S. allies, is prepared to chart a more independent course. It's about time.

 
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