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ENG: David William Donald Cameron (born 9 October 1966) is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, First Lord of the Treasury, Minister for the Civil Service and Leader of the Conservative Party. He represents Witney as its Member of Parliament (MP). Cameron studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at Oxford, gaining a first class honours degree. He then joined the Conservative Research Department and became Special Adviser to Norman Lamont, and then to Michael Howard. He was Director of Corporate Affairs at Carlton Communications for seven years. He was defeated in his first candidacy for Parliament at Stafford in 1997, but was elected in 2001 as the Member of Parliament for the Oxfordshire constituency of Witney. He was promoted to the Opposition front bench two years ...
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David Cameron warns Alex Salmond not to obstruct new Trident


David Cameron has warned SNP ministers not to "obstruct" a replacement for Britain's Trident nuclear deterrent if the Tories win the next general election. The Conservative leader said he would not interfere with the decisions of Alex Salmond's administration on devolved matters, such as health, if he becomes Prime Minister. But he warned that they should keep out of Westminster's affairs, including defence and deploying a new generation of nuclear submarines in Scottish waters. However, Mr Salmond retorted that he would campaign against replacing Trident, which is based at Faslane on ...


David Cameron is mad to jump into bed with Europe's crackpot


David Cameron jumping into bed with Europe's crackpots exposes his rightwing student politics. A fanatical anti-European ideology is triumphing over common sense in the Conservative Party as its leader turns in favour of racists and flat-earth climate-change deniers. European Union President Jose Manuel Barroso's criticism chimed with warnings from Germany's Angela Merkel and France's Nicolas Sarkozy. To pull Tory MPs out of the respectable European People's Party to forge an alliance with Czech and Polish fringe figures is just foolish.Cameron marginalising the Tories is one thing. But if, ...


Britain's Cameron urges Brown to call election


Britain's opposition leader says Prime Minister Gordon Brown must call a national election and allow the public a say on how best to revive the country's economy.Conservative Party leader David Cameron said on Tuesday that people should have a choice over how to buck the downturn.He says Brown's plans involve reckless public borrowing and inefficiency. Conservatives advocate a low-tax, low-debt alternative.Brown has rallied in opinion polls since the economy weakened. His government has pledged to use 20 billion pounds ($30.2 billion) to stimulate Britain's economy through tax cuts and public ...


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Cameron's five-year legacy: has he finished what Thatcher started? - The Guardian
The GuardianCameron's five-year legacy: has he finished what Thatcher started?The GuardianNick Clegg and David Cameron announce the coalition government's policy programme at a press conference in the rose garden of No 10 Downing Street. Photograph: Charlie Bibby/Charlie Bibby. This was a coup, though Cameron, unlike Thatcher, would ...David Cameron vows to slash benefits cap to £23000 and remove housing ...The IndependentDavid Cameron to cut amount families can claim within days of Tory victoryDaily MailDavid Cameron to reduce benefits cap to £23000 immediately if he wins the ...Telegraph.co.ukBBC News -Mirror.co.uk -Huffington Post UKall 69 news articles »
David Cameron visits Exeter - Exeter Express and Echo
Exeter Express and EchoDavid Cameron visits ExeterExeter Express and EchoThe Prime Minister visited Exeter today to mark the latest round of cash being doled out to the regions under the Growth Deals programme. David Cameron visited the Westcountry today – the second time in a week as the election campaign got into full swing.Prime Minister visits South West for second time in a weekWestern Morning Newsall 4 news articles »
David Cameron will be returned to Downing Street in 99 days' time - Telegraph.co.uk
Telegraph.co.ukDavid Cameron will be returned to Downing Street in 99 days' timeTelegraph.co.ukIn 99 days, Britain goes to the polls. We will go to the polls, we walk out of the polls, and we will re-elect David Cameron. After we've re-elected David Cameron, the Labour party and broader Left will look to one another in incredulity. “What happened?PMQs: David Cameron 'Weaponises' BBC Political Editor Nick RobinsonHuffington Post UKDavid Cameron accuses Ed Miliband of 'weaponising' NHS in Commons clashEvening StandardPMQs recap: David Cameron and Ed Miliband clash over the NHSMirror.co.ukThe Times (subscription) -International Business Times UK -Express.co.ukall 422 news articles »
No 10 refuses to say if David Cameron backs plain packs for cigarettes - The Guardian
The GuardianNo 10 refuses to say if David Cameron backs plain packs for cigarettesThe GuardianDowning Street has refused to confirm that David Cameron is personally in favour of plain packaging for cigarettes, as it emerged that up to 100 MPs could revolt against government moves to impose the policy. Labour accused the party of being ...David Cameron's General Election campaign trail bill being kept secret by ...Mirror.co.uk100 Tory MPs to fight plain packaging on cigarettesTelegraph.co.ukall 16 news articles »



 
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