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David William Donald Cameron was born in London, October 9, 1966 and he is a British Conservative politician and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom since May 11, 2010, after obtaining victory in the United Kingdom general election in 2010 that took place after the resignation of the Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who is a member of the Labour Party. David Cameron is also First Lord of the Treasury, nomination attached to the Prime Minister and he is also member of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom Parliament representing Witney.
Cameron is the youngest prime minister since the government of Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, elected in 1812. In addition, Cameron’s cabinet is the first coalition government in the UK since the Second World War.
David Cameron was born in London, but raised in Peasemore near Newbury (Berkshire County) Son of Ian Donald Cameron, a stockbroker, and his wife Mary Fleur Cameron, retired magistrate and daughter of Sir William Malcolm Mount, second baron of Wasing. David Cameron has also a brother, Allan Alexander born in 1963 attorney and member of the Privy Council, and two sisters.
David Cameron went for seven years to Heatherdown Preparatory School, a prestigious private school in Winkfield, Berkshire County. The excellent academic results obtained by David Cameron allowed him to finish his primary education almost two years before the normal period. Later Cameron studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at Brasenose College, Oxford, gaining a first-class honours degree in 1988.
After graduating from college, Cameron worked in the Research Department of the Conservative Party from 1988 to 1993. He worked in London as director of communications for the company Carlton Communications until 2001 when he became a MP for the constituency of Witney. In 2003 he joined the cabinet of the opposition, and the same year became the vice president of the party. On December 6, 2005 he was elected leader of the Conservative Party.