Politician

David Cameron

David Cameron

Born:

David Cameron, who is British politician and was Prime Minister of United Kingdom, born on 9 October 1966, In London, England.

Family Background:

David is the son of Ian Donald Cameron and his wife Mary Fleur. His father was the stockbroker and his mother was retired Justice of the Peace. He has a brother, Alexander Cameron and two sisters Tania Rachel, and Clare Louise.

Personal Life:

On 1 June 1996, He married to Samantha Gwendoline Sheffield, who is the daughter of Sir Reginald Sheffield, 8th Baronet and Annabel Lucy Veronica Jones. They have 4 children.

Education:

At the age of 7, He entered at two schools, Heatherdown School in Winkfield and in  Berkshire. After He entered in top academic class for two years. When he was 13, He went to Eton College in Berkshire. In 1985, He started his Bachelor of Art in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from the Brasenose College, Oxford. In 1988, He graduated with the first class honors BA degree.

Career:

After graduating, Cameron started his political career by working for the Conservative search department from 1988 to 1993. In 1994, He left his job as the role of special adviser to work as the director of the corporate affairs at Carlton Communications.In 1997, He had continued to pursue a career in politics. He started to looking for a seat to contest for the 1997 general election. But he could not get any seat election, but he was not disappointed. but In 2001, He was successful and handle the seat as a Member of Parliament for the Oxfordshire constituency of Witney. He is also served as a member of the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee. In June 2003, He was appointed as the shadow minister in the Privy Council Office as a role of deputy to Eric Forth. On 29 September 2005, He announced that he would be a candidate. Cameron had elected with more than twice as many votes as Davis and more than half of all ballots issued Cameron won 134,446 votes on a 78% turnout, to Davis’s 64,398.

On 11 May 2010, After the resignation of Gordon Brown as Prime Minister and on his recommendation, Queen Elizabeth II invited Cameron to form a government. At age 43, Cameron had become the youngest Prime Minister since Lord Liverpool in 1812. In 2014, Cameron had dismissed warnings that his cuts to the UK defense budget had left it less than a “first class-player in terms of defense” and no longer a “full partner” to the United States.

Unknown Facts:

  • He is banned in 7 states in America.
  • When he was born, He calmly shook his mother’s hand.

Controversy:

  • Cameron had determinedly attempted to increase his public visibility, offering quotations on matters of public controversy. He had opposed the payment of compensation to Gurbux Singh, Who had been resigned as head of the Commission for Racial Equality after a confrontation with the police.

Awards:

  • In 2011, He received the award of the NME for Villain of the Year.

What can we learn from Him??

Like David Cameron, Stay strong in your life. Never give up on any situation, To face your problems and try to solve out it.

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