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Prime Minister of United Kingdom, Leader of the Conservative Party


David William Donald Cameron is the leader of the Conservative Party and the current Prime Minister of United Kingdom. David Cameron studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford, gaining a first class honours degree. He is married to Samantha Gwendoline Sheffield. Cameron supports the Aston Villa Football Club.

David Cameron Info

Date of BirthOctober 9, 1966
Place of BirthLondon, England, UK
Spouse (s)Samantha Sheffield (1996-present)
ChildrenIvan Reginald Ian (2002-2009), Nancy Gwen (born 2004), Arthur Elwen (born 2006)
Political PartyConservative
Alma materBrasenose College, Oxford
ReligionChurch of England
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 It is heartbreaking to think of those who have had their children robbed from them at such a young age, when they had so much life ahead of them. 
— David Cameron said of the Connecticut elementary school shooting massacre / December 14, 2012
 Warm congratulations to my friend @BarackObama. Look forward to continuing to work together. 
— David Cameron In a twitter tweet on the re-election of President Barack Obama / November 07, 2012
 We need to redefine the word fair... We need to try to give people a sense that we have a vision at the end of this, of a fairer, better economy; a fairer, better society, where if you work hard and do the right thing you get rewarded. 
— David Cameron saying those who work hard will be rewarded / January 07, 2012
 There is no stability in Egypt. We need change, reform and transition to get stability. The longer that is put off, the more likely we are to get an Egypt that we wouldn't welcome. 
— David Cameron on the Egypt political crisis / February 05, 2011
Related Quotes: 2011 Egypt Protests
 a very special four days, not just for our six million Catholics, but for many people of faith right across Britain. 
— David Cameron on the first ever papal visit to UK / September 16, 2010
Related Quotes: 2010 Papal visit to UK

 I want a real agenda of respect between our parliaments. I want to see Scottish ministers able to appear in front of select committees in Westminster and I believe that, if the Scottish Parliament would wish it, I would appear every year at the Scottish Parliament to answer questions. 
— David Cameron calling for a fresh start in relations between Scots and UK Governments / May 14, 2010
 This agenda is about parliaments working together, of governing with respect, both because I believe Scotland deserves that respect and because I want to try and win Scotland's respect as the prime minister of the United kingdom. 
— David Cameron calling for a fresh start in relations between Scots and UK Governments / May 14, 2010