To the lawless minority, the criminals who've taken what they can get, I say this -- we will track you down, we will find you, we will charge you, we will punish you. You will pay for what you have doneRetiree who confronted London rioters dies Aug 12, 2011
They decided in that court to send a tough sentence, send a tough message and I think it's very good that courts are able to do thatHarsh riot sentences criticized Aug 18, 2011
Gadhafi must stop fighting, without conditions -- and clearly show that he has given up any claim to control LibyaCameron: Gadhafi regime 'in full retreat' Aug 22, 2011
We want to help you diplomatically, militarily, economically and with your developmentCameron offers commitments to a free Libya Sep 15, 2011
We want to help you diplomatically, militarily, economically and with your developmentCameron, Sarkozy visit liberated Tripoli, assure NTC of support Sep 16, 2011
David William Donald Cameron (pronunciation: /ˈkæmərən/; born 9 October 1966) is the current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, First Lord of the Treasury, Minister for the Civil Service and Leader of the Conservative Party. Cameron 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.
A first candidacy for Parliament at Stafford in 1997 ended in defeat, but Cameron 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 later, and rose rapidly to become head of policy co-ordination during the 2005 general election campaign. With a public image of a young, moderate candidate who would appeal to young voters, he won the Conservative leadership election in 2005.