Britain’s new PM: David Cameron. A roundup

Wikipedia entry on David Cameron.

David Cameron is Britain’s new prime minister

from Wash Post Europe by Anthony Faiola and Dan Balz

LONDON — Conservative leader David Cameron walked into No. 10 Downing Street on Tuesday night as Britain’s new prime minister, ending five days of political limbo and 13 years of Labor Party rule after forging a historic coalition that spans the country’s political spectrum.

Cameron is new UK prime minister

from BBC News | Europe | World Edition
David Cameron is the UK’s new prime minister, bringing the Conservatives back into power after 13 years.

The Cameron government and the EU

from Nosemonkey’s EUtopia by nosemonkey

OK, I was wrong ? Prime Minister Cameron it is.

I just hope I?m also wrong in my dread of our new Foreign Secretary, William Hague ? the most strongly eurosceptic person ever to hold that position, the mastermind behind the Conservatives? withdrawal from the EPP in the European Parliament, and a man who, back in 2001, led an explicitly anti-EU general election campaign that revolved around the populist nonsense-slogan ?Ten Days to Save the Pound?.

Cameron, Clegg open new coalition era for Britain

from by Georgi

New Prime Minister David Cameron’s Conservatives and the smaller Liberal Democrat party led by Nick Clegg struck an agreement early today (12 May) to form Britain’s first coalition government since 1945. Clegg is leading the Liberal Democrats back into government for the first time in 70 years.

Fair voting system and successful government (UK)

by Grahnlaw

Prime Minister David Cameron,

David Cameron becomes UK leader in pact with Lib Dems

from – Headline News

Cameron leads UK coalition government

from European Voice – RSS – News & analysis
Nick Clegg, a former MEP, to be deputy prime minister; William Hague, a Eurosceptic, to serve as foreign minister.

MAIN FOCUS: Cameron wins over Liberal Democrats | 12/05/2010

from euro|topics

Tory leader David Cameron is the new British prime minister and will form a coalition government with the Liberal Democrats. In exchange he has offered to hold a referendum on the majority voting system, which has so far put smaller parties at a disadvantage. The country is on the threshold of a new era, writes the European press.

David Cameron Takes Power. But at What Cost?

from Newsweek International Editions – Top News

David Cameron’s Conservatives take power again. But at what cost?

Birds of a feather: Cameron hires a new fag.

from ORGANIZED RAGE by Mick Hall
Throughout my life, again and again, the English middle classes have never fail to disappoint; and yesterday, by cutting a deal with the most reactionary political force in the land, Nick Clegg, the Liberal Democratic Party leader has proved this in spades. As one gets older, I try to look on the bright side of things, as in todays world it is very easy to spiral into despair. Over the last few days I held on to a slight hope Clegg would not betray those who voted for his party?s election manifesto. Despite the advice of my best friend, who kept telling me the Lib Dem leader will revert to type, and side with the class enemy, and so it proved.

Britain’s David Cameron becomes PM

from Hurriyet Dailynews
David Cameron, the youthful leader who modernized the party of right-wing icon Margaret Thatcher, became prime minister Tuesday after the resignation of Gordon Brown – capping a gripping election saga that returns the Tories to government after 13 years of Labour Party rule.

Prime Minister Cameron was in a rich Oxford brats club that destroyed restaurants for fun

from Boing Boing by Mark Frauenfelder


Here’s an 1987 photo of Prime Minister David Cameron (back row, 2nd from left) with fellow members of the “notorious” Bullingdon Club, which Martin Lewis describes as “a UK equivalent of Yale’s exclusive Skull & Bones Society … an ultra-exclusive clique that admits only the nation’s richest and brattiest trust-fund kids.”

AMANDA PAUL – Britain in limbo

from Today’s Zaman, your gateway to Turkish daily news :: Columnists by AMANDA PAUL

In my lifetime I have never witnessed such political excitement and chaos in the UK. For the first time in 36 years Britain?s political parties have been thrown into the highly unusual and explosive situation of not knowing who will form the next government — something Britain?s usually straight-laced politicians more often than not associate with the more exotic countries ?on the

UK elections: David Cameron becomes Prime Minister

from Wikinews

Conservative “majority” in England even less fair than in UK as whole, Julian Stern

from open Democracy News Analysis – by Julian Stern

The Conservatives polled the most votes of any single party in England, but their majority of English Parliamentary seats is by no means based on an overall majority of votes.

New UK Government ? Rolling blog

from Stephen Spillane by Stephen

Taken from the Facebook page notes:

Here is the cabinet as it is announced. The Liberal Democrats are expected to get 5 posts, 3  are confirmed (Clegg, Laws, Cable), but 2 others have been mentioned (Huhne (Climate and Energy) and Alexander (Scotland) . So far only one woman as been appointed. (13:20 update)

The British Labour Party has a great Opportunity!

from Social Europe Journal by Henning Meyer

Goodbye Gordon Brown

from FP Passport by Joshua Keating

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