Tag Archives: David Cameron

Should we really be involved in the conflict in Libya?

Let me preface this by saying that I am incredibly proud of our Armed Forces, and came very close to joining the Army myself after university. I think that to serve in the military is one of the noblest professions, … Continue reading

The ‘Special Relationship’ is back. Hopefully!

The Conservatives are the natural allies of America – our Atlanticism and Eurosceptism always play well in Washington DC, and Prime Minister Cameron’s compassionate conservatism fits well with President Obama’s focus on individual responsibility and social liberalism. Labour has traditionally … Continue reading

David Cameron is Prime Minister: now the hard work starts!

Today was another historic day in London – Conservative leader, David Cameron, secured his place in history by becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland after securing an agreement with Liberal Democrat leader, Nick … Continue reading

It’s one of the most important weeks in the history of Britain…

Britain faces one of the most important weeks in its history as millions of voters up and down the country go to the polls to vote for their local and national representatives – choosing their Local Council and the next … Continue reading