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David William Donald Cameron

Date of Birth: 09/09/1966
Place of Birth: London, UK


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Martial music plays in London

As the final press conference began on 23 February British Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary William Hague sat down alongside the media a guest in his own department to face above him Prime Minister David Cameron on the podium...

The USA though ostensibly leaving everything to David Cameron was we understand ‘leading from behind’ in the company of Ethiopia ruling out even the idea of negotiation with Al Shabaab reaching the London agenda...


No great expectations

British Prime Minister David Cameron and his Foreign Secretary William Hague have evidently succeeded on the promotion front...


A year of living dangerously

Relations with Britain may deteriorate since the Senate passed a bill that criminalises gay marriage to which British Prime Minister David Cameron objects...


Great expectations

He fought back when British Prime Minister David Cameron warned that aid would be cut to governments which persecute homosexuals...


Polls, leaks and expropriations

Mugabe labelled as ‘mad’ British Prime Minister David Cameron’s recent warning that homophobic policies would lead to aid cuts...


Perth pangs

British Prime Minister David Cameron’s threat to tie aid to lifting of homophobic legislation in Africa produced some drama but looked unlikely to be about to increase gay rights which are not viewed as a human rights issue in most of the continent...


Foreign policy flip-flops

Zuma and British Prime Minister David Cameron appeared to get on famously during the the Conservative Party leader’s day-trip to South Africa (AC Vol 52 No 15 David meets Jacob)...

On 18 July David Cameron met Zuma and afterwards told reporters they had ‘agreed’ that Colonel El Gadaffi should step down...


Running on empty

British Prime Minister David Cameron’s special advisor on counter-terrorism in North Africa Major General Robin Searby has been in Algiers helping beef up efforts against Al Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb and he is likely to have bolstered pressure on fuel smuggling...


David meets Jacob

Accusations of corruption against police chiefs plans for state interference with the media and innuendo about politicians compromised by business associates – British Prime Minister David Cameron and South African President Jacob Zuma seemed to have enough in common during their smiling encounter in Tshwane on 18 July...


A family at war

Opponents argue that the cheerleaders – French President Nicolas Sarkozy British Premier David Cameron and Clinton – haven’t defined the mission let alone mapped a way out...


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