UK PM calls for prosecutions after violent demo

British Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday condemned violence that erupted during a demonstration against government plans to triple university fees, and police acknowledged they were unprepared for the mayhem. Cameron said "the full force of the law" should be used against protesters who smashed windows, lobbed projectiles and stormed a London office tower housing the headquarters of his Conservative Party. "People long in our history have gone to marches and held banners and made protests and made speeches and that's part of our democracy," Cameron said in Seoul, South Korea, where he is attending a G20 summit. More information on foxnews.

Other links:
Social Democratic and Labour Party of Irelannd , Ulster Unionist Party , Democratic Unionist Party , Conservative Party (UK) , Scottish National Party , Alliance Party of Northern Ireland , Plaid Cymru , Respect , UK Independence Party , Liberal Democrats (UK) , Labour Party (UK) , Green Party of England and Wales , Sinn Féin (UK)
UK politicians

Gordon Brown The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and leader of the Labour Party.

Tony Blair A British politician and the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

David Cameron Leader of the Conservative Party and Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition

Nick Clegg British Member of Parliament and leader of the Liberal Democrats.

Alex Salmond The First Minister of Scotland and leader SNP.

Gerry Adams (UK) Gearóid Mac Ádhaimh - polaiteoir i dTuaisceart Éireann. An Irish Republican politician and abstentionist Westminster Member of Parliament for Belfast West.

Winston Churchill Churchill was a British politician and leadership of the UK during World War II.

John Lennon English rock musician, singer, writer, songwriter, artist, actor and peace activist.

Diana, Princess of Wales Princess of Wales.

Charles, Prince of Wales Prince of Wales.

Queen Elizabeth II. Queen of the United Kingdom and the other.

John Major Was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the British Conservative Party.

Margaret Thatcher British politician, who was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party.

Peter Robinson Northern Irish politician and is the current First Minister of Northern Ireland.

Ieuan Wyn Jones Leader of Plaid Cymru, Deputy First Minister in the Welsh Assembly Government and Member of the National Assembly for Wales.

Reg Empey Northern Irish politician and a Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly for East Belfast.

Mark Durkan Irish nationalist politician in Northern Ireland and the leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP).

Caroline Lucas Currently a Member of the European Parliament for the South East England region and the leader of the Green Party of England and Wales.

Ramsay MacDonald The first Labour Prime Minister in 1924.

Ian Paisley Was the First Minister of Northern Ireland until his resignation on 5 June 2008.

Bruce Crawford Scottish National Party politician, currently the Minister for Parliamentary Business and Member of the Scottish Parliament for Stirling.

Linda Fabiani Minister for Europe, External Affairs and Culture and Minister for Gaelic.

Arthur Griffith Was the founder and third leader of Sinn Féin. Irish: Art Ó Gríobhtha

David Trimble Northern Irish politician. Was the first First Minister of Northern Ireland.

Alistair Darling British politician and Chancellor of the Exchequer since 28 June 2007.

George Osborne The Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Robert Fulton British Royal Marines career military officer - former Governor of Gibraltar (2006 - 2009). / Militar británico - ex gobernador de Gibraltar (2006 - 2009).

Declan Ganley An Anglo/Irish businessman and political activist.

Nigel Farage British politician - co-chairman of the European Parliament's Europe of Freedom and Democracy group.

David Ford UK politician - member of the Northern Ireland Assembly, leader of the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland (APNI) since 2001.

Salma Yaqoob The leader of Respect – The Unity Coalition and a Birmingham City Councillor.

Adrian Johns The current Governor of Gibraltar and a former senior officer in the Royal Navy.

UK political parties

Labour Party (UK) Labour Party - political party in the United Kingdom.

Conservative Party (UK) Conservative and Unionist Party (more commonly known as the Conservative Party) - the most successful political party in the history of the United Kingdom.

Liberal Democrats (UK) Liberal Democrats (UK) The third-largest party in the UK Parliament.

Democratic Unionist Party Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) / Páirtí Aontachtach Daonlathach

Plaid Cymru Plaid Cymru (hefyd Plaid) / The Party of Wales

Social Democratic and Labour Party of Irelannd Páirtí Sóisialta Daonlathach an Lucht Oibre (PSDLO) / Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP, Northern Ireland)

Ulster Unionist Party Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) - sometimes the Official Unionist Party (OUP) or the Unionist Party. / Páirtí Aontachtach Uladh

Respect Respect – The Unity Coalition (Respect Party) - left wing political party in England and Wales.

Alliance Party of Northern Ireland Alliance Party of Northern Ireland (APNI) - political party in Northern Ireland.

Scottish National Party Scottish National Party (SNP) / Pàrtaidh Nàiseanta na h-Alba/ Scottis Naitional Pairtie

Sinn Féin (UK) Sinn Féin - party in Ireland, currently the second-largest party in the Northern Ireland Assembly. / Sinn Féin - páirtí Poblachtánach Sóisialach Éireannach.

Interesting topics for discussion

Political situation in the UK Click, if you are satisfied with the political situation in the United Kingdom. Say why or why not?

Popularity UK I like the United Kingdom. What about you?

UK political parties UK political parties are ready for your opinion and vote. Vote online NOW!

See also...

See also...

This website about politics is intended for the world´s public to express personal affections and free opinion of every person towards politics and politicians.