David Cameron

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David Cameron. Biography.

British Prime Minister in May 2010. The leader of the British Conservative Party since 2005, member of the House of Commons since 2001. In 1994-2001 he was the director of corporate communications broadcaster Carlton Communications. In 1992-1994 he worked as a special adviser to the Treasury and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Great Britain.

David William Donald Cameron (David William Donald Cameron) was born on October 9, 1966 in London in a rich and noble family. His father, Ian Donald Cameron (Ian Donald Cameron), was a stockbroker and a direct descendant of the king of Great Britain William IV (1765-1837). David’s mother, Mary Fleur Mount (Mary Fleur Mount), was the daughter of a baronet, a few of her grandfathers were MPs from the Tory Party.

David Cameron attended the prestigious prep boarding school in Heterdaun Uinkfilde in Berkshire, where I studied the sons of Queen Elizabeth II: Prince Andrew (Prince Andrew) and Prince Edward (Prince Edward), as well as children of British billionaires. In 1979, David joined the family tradition of the elite Eton College. In May 1983, shortly before the delivery of the first final exams, he was caught smoking marijuana, but since confessed to the crime and the drug has not spread to other students, he was not expelled for a while deprived of the right to go beyond the walls of the college. Despite this episode, David is well passed examinations at Eton at the end of 1984 and went to college at the University of Oxford Breyznoz. Before the start of classes in Oxford, Cameron was an assistant to a member of the British Parliament from the Conservative Party Tim Rathbone (Tim Rathbone), about three months he worked in Hong Kong Corporation Jardine Matheson. David returned to Europe from Hong Kong by train, visiting Moscow and Yalta, where, in his own words, he wanted to recruit an agent of the KGB. In Breyznoze Cameron he studied at the Bachelor of Arts in interdisciplinary courses on politics, philosophy and economics.

Cameron’s political career began September 26, 1988, got a job in the research department of the British Conservative Party, which is engaged in the development strategy of the Party and the creation of briefings to parliamentary debate. In 1991, Cameron led the political department of the research department.

Once the Conservative victory in the 1992 elections, Cameron was transferred to work to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, who was then Norman Lamont (Norman Lamont). In June 1993 he had received a special adviser at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the United Kingdom (Home office), where he was responsible for briefing the minister Michael Howard (Michael Howard), the future leader of the Conservative Party. In July 1994, Cameron resigned as special advisor and was appointed Director of Corporate Affairs broadcaster Carlton Communications. Cameron managed to get to Carlton Communicatons rights to digital satellite broadcasting. In February 2001, Cameron left the firm to participate in the parliamentary elections.

After three failed attempts to be elected to the House of Commons (in 1994, 1997 and 2000) in 2001. Cameron won the by-election for the constituency of Witney in Oxfordshire. After his election to the House of Commons, Cameron led the ad hoc committee on internal affairs – a prominent position, especially for a young parliamentarian. Cameron took an active part in the debate and became known as a good speaker. In July 2003, Cameron became a member of the “shadow Cabinet”, took the post of deputy leader of the House of Commons, Shadow Eric Forth (Eric Forth). In November 2003, after the departure of Smith from the post of party chairman, Cameron became vice-chairman of the party under the new Conservative leader – Michael Howard. In May 2005, Cameron became the shadow minister of education.

Once the Labour Party wins the general election, the Conservative Party leader Michael Howard announced his resignation. September 29, 2005 Cameron officially announced that he would run for the post, was the qualifying rounds with a vote among members of parliament, and on December 6 defeated David Davis (David Davis) on the general Party election with 66 percent of the vote of party members.

In the next election, in May 2010, the Conservatives won, and then Cameron led the British government, which was created jointly by the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats.

Cameron called the young, ambitious leader who wants the modernization of UK policy. Cameron was considered a good speaker and one of the likely candidates for the post of Prime Minister of Great Britain after the parliamentary elections to be held in June 2009. However, the press often criticized Cameron for his policy is based on the country’s elite, graduates of Eton and Oxford, and he does not speak about the needs of ordinary citizens of the United Kingdom.

Cameron married. He has two children. David loves to cook, enjoys tennis, horseback riding, hunting and football.

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