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David Cameron's mother has spoken out against cuts - will her son finally listen?

The Guardian - ‎7 hours ago‎
The prime minister's mother, Mary Cameron, has signed a petition against the planned closure of children's services in Oxfordshire, the Tory-run council that covers her son David's Witney constituency. There is a delicious piquancy to her act of ...
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Julian Assange should submit to Swedish warrant, says David Cameron

The Guardian - ‎7 hours ago‎
David Cameron dismissed as “ridiculous” the findings of a UN panel that the WikiLeaks founder had been subject to arbitrary detention as he said that Assange had in fact detained himself.
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David Cameron accused of failing UK steel after EU proposal rejected

The Guardian - ‎1 hour ago‎
David Cameron has been accused of failing the British steel industry after the government confirmed it was blocking proposals from other EU members to tackle dumping of cheap product by China.
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Boris Johnson's wife says David Cameron's EU deal is not enough - ‎6 hours ago‎
"As David Anderson QC and Dr Cian Murphy have argued, the Charter - as it now stands - requires 'enormous faith to be placed in the Court of Justice, its ultimate arbiter'.
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David Cameron tells Nicola Sturgeon: Your turn to move over powers - ‎40 minutes ago‎
A spokesman for Mr Swinney said: “This is a deeply disappointing response from David Cameron that completely fails to engage with the central point of the First Minister's letter which is the issue of no detriment.
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Life in David Cameron's backyard is set to get tougher – who will feel the pain?

The Guardian - ‎14 hours ago‎
It is these types of frontline services that the prime minister, David Cameron, whose Witney constituency will be affected, had chastised Ian Hudspeth, the leader of Tory-run Oxfordshire county council, for considering in a letter leaked to the press ...
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David Cameron 'asked for too little' on Brexit - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
Mr Cameron's may have listened too closely to the “technocrats” who have focused on the letter of the EU treaties constraining Britain's room for manoeuvre, and underestimated the flexibility of national leaders desperate to keep Britain in the bloc ...
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EU President Donald Tusk says talks over David Cameron's EU deal are 'very fragile'

Daily Mail - ‎3 hours ago‎
Talks over changes to Britain's membership of the EU are 'very fragile,' the European President said this afternoon as he cancelled all meetings in a last ditch attempt to stop a 'Brexit'.
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PMQs: David Cameron finds his way past Jeremy Corbyn's 4-5-1

New Statesman - ‎8 hours ago‎
Jeremy Corbyn's best performances come when he speaks with the voices of others. Going for the traditional attacking and braying of PMQs leaves him badly exposed, allowing David Cameron to attack him on 30+ years of articles for the Morning Star, ...
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Influential backbencher delivers blow to David Cameron by backing Brexit

The Guardian - ‎21 hours ago‎
David Cameron's hopes of limiting the number of Conservative MPs who support a British exit from the European Union were dealt a blow on Tuesday after the influential backbencher Dr Sarah Wollaston stated that her clear preference was for a withdrawal ...

David Cameron urged to close asbestos loophole for veterans dying of cancer

The Independent - ‎2 hours ago‎
David Cameron is being urged to intervene to ensure the Ministry of Defence gives 60 veterans with terminal cancer from asbestos exposure the same compensation rights as civilians and other ex-soldiers.
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David Cameron's claim of brake on migrants rubbished by ex-Brussels chief Barroso

Evening Standard - ‎9 hours ago‎
David Cameron's claim to have secured an “emergency brake” to slow down mass migration from the European Union was dismissed today by a former president of the European Commission.
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David Cameron isn't 'scaremongering', France is likely to rethink border rules, warns security expert - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
David Cameron is not "scaremongering" by warning thousands of migrants could move from the Jungle camp in Calais to British soil because a rethink of border arrangements would be "very likely" if the UK votes to leave the EU, a former national security ...
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David Cameron's EU deal could see Polish workers paid more in Child Benefits

Daily Mail - ‎9 hours ago‎
Britain could have to pay more child benefit to Polish workers under the proposals in David Cameron's EU deal, it has emerged.
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Another trade minister walks away from David Cameron's failed project

New Statesman - ‎4 hours ago‎
It means David Cameron will have gone through four trade ministers in six years. The nine months that Maude has been in the role have not been happy ones - for him, or the British public.
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David Cameron exhibits his Odysseus complex in speech on prison reform

The Guardian - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
“Thank God we've got a Tory-majority government free from Lib Dem bloodlust, released from the clutches of 'Hang 'Em High' Hughes,” said Dean Godson, director of the Policy Exchange thinktank, as he welcomed David Cameron to the room. His voice ...
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David Cameron to look into Premier League ticket prices following Liverpool fans protest

The Independent - ‎8 hours ago‎
David Cameron has vowed to investigate the rising cost of football tickets after Liverpool supporters staged a mass walk-out during their Premier League match against Sunderland on Saturday.

David cameron's mother and aunt call for children's centres to be saved

Daily Mail - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
David Cameron's mother and aunt have condemned council spending cuts that would see the loss of every children's centre in his constituency.
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David Cameron calls for 'secure schools' for teenage offenders instead of prison

The Independent - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
Teenage offenders could serve their sentences in “secure schools” instead of prisons as part of a shake-up of youth custody to put a new emphasis on education, David Cameron has announced. He disclosed the move as he set out measures for driving down ...