David Cameron

David Cameron has been MP for Witney since 2001. He was elected leader of the Conservative Party in December 2005 and after the 2010 general election became – at 43 - the youngest British premier since Lord Liverpool in 1812.

Short of an overall majority, he formed a coalition government – the first since the second world war - with the Liberal Democrats.

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Queen’s Awards for Enterprise announced

More than 160 winners as UK aims to step up disappointing exports

Brown to join Scotland unionist campaign

Former PM gives his support as polls narrow

Tony Caplin, former head of the Public Works Loan Board

Tory quango chief quits over bankruptcy

Caplin steps down from body managing £60bn of public funds

Religion has become Cameron’s core

To understand PM’s politics, look no further than his Anglicanism, writes Andrew Gimson

Cameron’s attempt to ‘do God’ misfires

Most Christians prioritise the same issues as their neighbours

Coulson ‘shocked’ by Blunkett voicemails

Ex-News of the World editor testifies at hacking trial

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Former Kazakh banker to lose UK asylum

Move follows lobbying from the central Asian state

Defenders of union come under fire

Negative campaigning concerns opponents of Scottish independence

Coulson takes stand in hacking trial

Former NotW editor with Cameron as scandal emerged

GPs’ surgery hours to be extended

Government aims to relieve pressure on A&E departments

Ed Miliband congratulates Ed Balls after speech during the Labour Party's annual conference in Brighton

Labour must be more pro-business

The electoral clock is ticking and it needs to go further and faster, writes Alan Milburn

PM battles to halt Ukip’s rise in EU poll

Cameron says Farage’s party ‘extremist’ at start of campaign

Cameron under fire in reshuffle row

Campaigners say female representation in cabinet at 15-year low

Cameron left fighting for authority

Fear Miller row has left PM looking weak

Misplaced loyalties and Maria Miller

Mishandled affair reveals an out-of-touch Cameron

Cameron lost authority over Miller

The PM’s miscalculation was as strange as it was self-destructive, writes Anthony King

Miller’s torrid time as culture secretary

‘Ministry of Fun’ failed to live up to its name for her

Miller resignation casts shadow on PM

Move exposes Cameron’s political and media failings

MPs don’t get it. Miller caused outrage

Never send to know for whom the bell tolls: it tolls for thee

Lib Dems make fresh push on mansion tax

Tax could ‘release steam’ from housing market

Javid steps in after Miller’s resignation

MP says her expenses had ‘become a distraction’

UK diplomat wins prize for Brexit plan

Trade official set to receive €100,000 – and government wrath

Maria Miller expenses row nears climax

Prime minister to meet backbench Tory MPs on Wednesday

Cameron offers fresh support to Miller

Culture secretary has ‘done the right thing’ by apologising

Ukip supporters to keep election faith

Blow to Tories as voters to remain with anti-EU party

Asda to create up to 12,000 jobs

Retail chain to expand in south and southeast

Expenses furore deals a blow to Cameron

Miller inquiry results in sense of establishment closing ranks

Storm-struck southwest rail link reopens

Key Dawlish stretch that was swept away is back on track

IHT set to raise highest sum since 1970s

IFS says ‘ineffective and unpopular’ tax needs radical reform

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Rory Bremner

‘George Osborne and David Cameron don’t make it north of the Border that much, but when they do, it stirs memories of 1990’

The challenge set by Nigel Farage

Britain’s political parties must improve their tactics against Ukip leader

Cameron should scrap IHT threshold

Taxing unearned income more lightly than earned income is morally wrong

Miliband backs excluding Farage from debate

Labour worried Tories trying to scupper general election face-offs

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Osborne publishes new tax statements

Forms will disclose how much tax individuals paid and where it went

Ukip ‘People’s Army’ takes up arms

Cameron says many not represented by ‘extreme’ views of Farage and Clegg

Cameron ‘snobbish’ over Waitrose remarks

Impromptu ‘sociology’ seized on by Labour as out of touch

Cameron and the Muslim Brothers

Sudden UK inquiry smacks of pandering to Saudi Arabia

No ‘gentleman’s’ deal on mail, says Cable

Minister faces calls to clarify ‘unanswered’ sell-off questions

Olympic Park, Stratford

FCA confirms move to Stratford

Area lines up to rival Canary Wharf as regulator shifts to Olympic Park

The muppet show – live from London

David Cameron’s description of two political opponents as ‘muppets’ is a risky strategy