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A list of David Cameron quotes. Here are the best quotes by David Cameron on various subjects, including life, death, writing, and other topics. These David Cameron quotations cover the several decades of his career as a politician. These memorable quotations have become part of the collective conscience of David Cameron's contemporaries and will be remembered for generations.
David Cameron is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, First Lord of the Treasury, Minister for the Civil Service and Leader of the Conservative Party. He became Prime Minister in 2009, succeeding Gordon Brown and the Labor Party whom were voted out. He was elected to Parliament in 2001 after an unsuccessful bid in 1997. Cameron became the youngest Prime Minister in the UK since since the Earl of Liverpool 198 years earlier.
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The trouble with Twitter, the instantness of it, too many twits might make a twat.
The only thing that's been disrupted are sleep patterns around here. We've all been working 16 or 18 hours a day, and either you don't get enough sleep when you try, or you stay awake wondering what needs to be done next.
We need the Chinese to - you know, spend more, save less - consume more and not be so focused on exports. There are big changes we need in the world.
Australia expects its citizens to abide by core beliefs - democracy, the rule of law, the independent judiciary, independent liberty.
We spend billions of pounds on welfare, yet millions are trapped on welfare. It's not worth their while going into work.
We will reflect the country we aspire to govern, and the sound of modern Britain is a complex harmony, not a male voice choir.
A Modern Compassionate Conservatism is right for our times, right for our party and right for our country.
I know the British people and they are not passengers - they are drivers.
I want to be the voice of change and hope. I want to confront the big challenges this country faces.
It is vital that we get these policies right as we take forward our plans to drive down the deficit and transform our economy.
This man is the road block to reform. He is the person who is holding Britain back.
The faucet is there and it's turned wide open, ... Cities will come up with ingenious devices to follow the money.
There's another way we are getting behind business - by sorting out the banks. Taxpayers bailed you out. Now it's time for you to repay the favour and start lending to Britain's small businesses.
I want a party that looks to the future. A party that is a 21st century party, that is modern and compassionate and understands the aspirations and hopes and dreams of the people.
As the world is changing, so must we. I want us to usher in a new type of politics in this country: constructive, thoughtful and open-minded.
Those who believe that pressure for deeper integration in Europe has somehow gone away are wrong.
It would be bizarre if we were to adopt a position of silence when countries like Germany were moving in the opposite direction.
If you can work and if you're offered a job and you don't take it, you cannot continue to claim benefits. It will be extremely tough.
We are all human and we err and stray.
At a time when we're having to take such difficult decisions about how to cut back without damaging the things that matter the most, we should strain every sinew to cut error, waste and fraud.