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.

Britain’s premature bet on future of EU

If the case for membership is the ability to influence laws that affect us, that case could shrivel

Cameron ‘scaremongering’ over Brexit claim

Critics say UK-French agreement has nothing to do with the EU

Cameron predicts UK migrant camps

PM accused of ‘scaremongering’ by Brexit campaign

Cameron faces Tory grassroots backlash

Eurosceptic local party chiefs rebuke PM for ignoring their views

Politics podcast: Britain and Europe

Cameron’s deal, the fallout for the Conservatives and are we better in or out?

Lord Lawson photographed outside the House of Lords.

The flaw in the campaign for Brexit

Advocates of departure from the EU cannot agree what ‘Out’ means

UK still has vital role to play in Europe

If Britain remains in bloc it should take a leadership position, writes Radek Sikorski

Cameron wins Poland over to welfare curbs

PM pledges military support and treaty concessions

Immigration key issue for Portsmouth

Harbour town largely unimpressed by PM’s renegotiation attempts

A new in-take of workers arrice on the Kittiwake platform, in the North Sea
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North Sea oil companies in debt spillage

Operations in world’s most expensive field are under threat

Senior couple cycling in park
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Best days of your life may be yet to come

The UK statistics agency points to the 65 to 79 age group as the happiest, writes Alan Beattie

Poll shows growing support for Brexit

PM heads for Europe as YouGov survey suggests 9-point lead for Out camp

Conservative party conference in Manchester. British Prime Minister, David Cameron, delivers his closing speech.
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Tories think local to revive party growth

Review builds on Cameron’s “compassionate” Conservatism

UK Eurosceptics worry about lack of leadership

There are a multitude of groups with no single leader or clear strategy

World leaders pledge billions for Syria

Donors gather in London as peace talks in Geneva break down

Syria donor conference: UK to double aid

Cameron pledges extra £1.2bn for refugees ahead of summit

PM woos Johnson with sovereignty pledge

Deal for London mayor to campaign to keep Britain in EU

Conservatives: the party of business?

The chancellor’s policies raise doubts over the UK government’s claim to be pro-business

Plans to allow more social housing tenants the “right to buy” for will further stymie construction
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London estate revamp to cut social housing

Plans to tackle capital’s housing shortage may reduce provision

Cameron takes flak from Tories on EU deal

Backbenchers line up to denounce prime minister’s proposals

European press ponders Britain à la carte

EU deal seen variously as distraction, blackmail and necessary reform

Cameron’s EU deal lambasted by UK press

British PM faces parliament to discuss proposals at 1230

Cameron’s EU deal: four main areas 

Details and caveats will come under intense scrutiny

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Cambridge announces written entrance test

Change comes before report criticising Oxbridge admissions system

City gives Tusk deal cautious welcome

Questions remain over so-called ‘emergency brake’

Cameron faces tough fight to sell EU plan

Draft plan to reform relations with Europe set to come under fire

Final battle looms after PM’s defining moment

Draft deal draws dark looks from Downing Street Eurosceptics

Cameron seeks to win round central Europe

Poland and others face domestic backlash on migrant curbs

Tories retreat on election bill of rights pledge

Primacy of European law retained in departure from manifesto

Cameron’s flimsy deal with the EU

Renegotiation does not affect the Brexit case one way or the other

EU referendum: Tusk’s letter on UK deal

European Council president’s message on a new British settlement

EU referendum: Outline deal released

Paper covers migration and protections for the City of London

Brexit battle starts over ‘new settlement’

Plans expected on Tuesday designed to keep UK in EU

Conservatives diverted by leadership race

Conservatives should remember they are running a country, not an internal recruitment process

Tories’ uneasy truce on Europe about to be tested

Eurosceptics ready to denounce result of renegotiation

James Ferguson illustration
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Brexit is no way out of Europe in crisis

In its own interests, Britain must contribute to stability on the European continent

Cameron hopes on Brexit deal rise

France lays down red lines but draft to go out on Tuesday

Sherpas who plotted path to Brexit summit

Seven officials behind Britain’s proposed revised EU terms

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Universities reject criticism on diversity

Elite institutions say causes of inequality are deep rooted

Cameron to seek earlier migrant benefits rule

‘Emergency brake’ should follow Brexit vote, PM to tell Tusk

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