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David Cameron
The Right Honourable
David Cameron
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
In office
11 May 2010 – 13 July 2016
Monarch Elizabeth II
Deputy Nick Clegg (2010–2015)
First Secretary
  • William Hague
  • George Osborne
Preceded by Gordon Brown
Succeeded by Theresa May
Leader of the Opposition
In office
6 December 2005 – 11 May 2010
Monarch Elizabeth II
Prime Minister
  • Tony Blair
  • Gordon Brown
Preceded by Michael Howard
Succeeded by Harriet Harman
Leader of the Conservative Party
In office
6 December 2005 – 11 July 2016
Preceded by Michael Howard
Succeeded by Theresa May
Shadow Secretary of State for Education and Skills
In office
6 May 2005 – 6 December 2005
Leader Michael Howard
Shadowing Ruth Kelly
Preceded by Tim Collins
Succeeded by David Willetts
Conservative Policy Review Coordinator
In office
15 March 2004 – 6 May 2005
Leader Michael Howard
Preceded by David Willetts
Succeeded by Oliver Letwin (Review Chair)
Member of Parliament
for Witney
In office
7 June 2001 – 12 September 2016
Preceded by Shaun Woodward
Succeeded by Robert Courts
Personal details
Birthday/Birthplace David William Donald Cameron
(1966-10-09) 9 October 1966
Marylebone, London, England
Political party Conservative
Wife/Husband Samantha Sheffield (m. 1996)
Kid(s) 4
  • Ian Cameron
  • Fleur Mount
Alma mater Brasenose College, Oxford

David Cameron Short Bio

David William Donald Cameron (/ kæmrən /; London, October 9, 1966) is a British politician, leader of the Conservative and Unionist Party between 2005 and 2016 and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom since 2010 until 2016.

After winning the UK general election in 2010 and after the subsequent resignation of then Labor Prime Minister Gordon Brown, he formed a coalition government with the Liberal Democrats. Then in the general election of the United Kingdom of 2015 he won an absolute majority of six seats.He is also “First Lord of the Treasury” joint appointment to that of prime minister, and member of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom by the electoral constituency of Witney in Oxfordshire.

He studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at the University of Oxford, obtaining the best results from his promotion. Later he joined the research department of the Conservative Party, later becoming a principal advisor, first of Norman Lamont and later of Michael Howard. He also worked for seven years as communications director at Carlton Communications.

In 1997 he was presented for the first time as a conservative parliamentary candidate for the Stafford constituency, losing the election. However, it was presented again in 2001 by the electoral district of Witney, achieving this time the victory. In his second year as a parliamentarian, he was promoted to a member of the first Opposition caucus, becoming the campaign chief of the Conservative party in the 2005 UK general election.

Cameron was elected that same year as leader of the Conservative Party, being considered a young and moderate candidate that would attract the young electorate, succeeded in overcoming Tony Blair’s intention to vote, breaking the ten-year trend of supremacy of the Labor Party. Despite standing a few months behind Gordon Brown, Tony Blair’s successor as prime minister and Labor leader, the Conservatives continued in the lead throughout 2008, reaching a 13-point lead over Labor in January 2009.

In the general elections of 2010, the conservatives obtained most of the representatives but not the absolute majority in the Parliament, a situation called hung parliament or hung parliament. This situation forced the Conservatives to agree with the Liberals to form a government and, in this way, to be able to proclaim David Cameron as prime minister on May 11, 2010. Cameron is the youngest prime minister since the government of Robert Jenkinson, II Earl of Liverpool, elected in 1812. In addition, Cameron’s cabinet is the first coalition government in the United Kingdom since World War II.

In the elections of May 7, 2015 he was re-elected for another five years in office. He affirmed that the good result in the voting was the consequence of a “positive campaign” to “safeguard the economy and create jobs” and also to “plan another five years”.

On June 24, 2016, after the decision of the British people to leave the European Union, Cameron announced his resignation as prime minister, which became effective on July 13. Cameron resigned his seat as a member of Parliament for Witney on September 12, 2016.

David Cameron Net Worth – $50 Million

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