David Cameron Vows 1,000 Infrastructure Jobs; May Cut Aid to Commonwealth for Anti-Gay Abuses
In accordance with promises to kick-start infrastructure projects and revive the economy, David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, has given the thumbs-up for two power plants in Yorkshire, which should create 1,000 construction-related jobs, the BBC reported. Meanwhile, in a strong move to recognize gay rights, Britain will contemplate withholding aid from countries that do not reform the law banning homosexuality.