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  1. Apparently, the ex-PM is thinking of returning to politics. Labour MPs don't seem to agree with him, unsurprisingly. Given how he dropped the country having said he would steer it through Brexit, can he be trusted now? https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/nov/02/david-camerons-rumoured-return-to-politics-dismays-labour-mps
  2. Why are people jumping up and down about what he said.. http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jan/27/david-cameron-bunch-of-migrants-jibe-pmqs-callous-dehumanising
  3. READ MORE HERE: http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/jan/22/david-cameron-calls-for-action-on-spurious-claims-against-iraq-veterans
  4. Already approaching 150,000 https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/104471 The one for Hunt is approaching 1/4 million https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/104334 http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/petition-calling-for-no-confidence-vote-in-david-cameron-passes-100000-threshold-and-could-be-a6724791.html
  5. I'm surprised that I didn't find a several hundred comments deep thread about our dear leader today. It seems that one snub too far has led an old uni 'friend' to spill the beans on DC's actions whilst at uni and it's fair to say that the bacon has hit the fan. Is this something that can be spun into obscurity or has Mr Cameron just watched his credibility and mandate walk out of the door?
  6. "The national interest must come ahead of human rights" David Cameron. But is not human rights central to our national interest? Every year the British Government sell £4 billion in arms to one of the worlds worst human rights abusers, Saudi Arabia. Currently a 17 year old Saudi male faces public beheading followed by crucifixion because he has been found guilty of being involved in sedition in taking part in a human rights riot. David Cameron's Government cut a secret deal with Saudi Arabia last month to be elected onto the United Nations 'Human Rights Council'. Sau
  7. Well, the revelation that British airman are active with American forces bombing targets in Syria despite the UK commons vote against this, and Cameron saying 'he gets it' is a real eye opener for me. My recent softening of opposition to the Tory 'ethos' and suitability to govern a democracy has taken a major nose dive down below where it was before. Whats your views? http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/jul/17/mps-demand-commons-statement-over-uk-military-action-in-syria That UK forces are embedded with other troops is simply not an excuse. Many forces have other cou
  8. Double thread.. David Cameron had called for Sepp Blatter to resign, but if SB is re-elected, will DC accept the decision, and if not will he himself resign as it would appear he does not accept the democratic process..
  9. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-31464897 I like most always knew that the man was a fool but this as well as showing everyone just how much of an idiot he is, this is asking for trouble, as forcing anyone to have treatment would surely infringe their human rights, as would be denying them benefits on those grounds, not to mention he has clearly forgotten that our broken NHS cannot cope as things are now without adding more pressure, He and his cronies really have no clue, They have obviously lost some of the grey matter they where born with ,(assuming that they had sufficient to begin
  10. Try this little quiz and see what you score: http://i100.independent.co.uk/article/who-said-it-david-cameron-or-an-eightyearold--ekct2q8Evx
  11. Not sure if this is the right place to put it but.... http://legalaidandme.proboards.com/thread/8301/audacity-cameron-hypocrisy-help-buy
  12. Prime minister David Cameron says more support should be given to credit unions in a bid to tackle the “problem” of payday lenders. Speaking in the House of Commons at prime minister’s questions today, Labour MP for St Helens Dave Watts called on Cameron to take action againt payday loan firms. Watts also welcomed a decision by Bolton Wanderers to abandon its sponsorship by payday lender QuickQuid in light of local opposition. He asked Cameron to give local authorities the power to ban “predatory loan sharks” from high streets. Cameron said: “I hear what he says and I wish Bolton Wa
  13. Anyone seen this? epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/33327
  14. I am disgusted David Cameron is to be on the comic relief red nose day show....after causing hardship and homelessness to so many families ....have tweeted along with others in a mass 8pm tweet to express my disgust. I only just heard about this.
  15. Lets just document the relevant bits of PMQ's yesterday: Derek Twigg: More than 2,500 households in Halton are affected by the bedroom tax. The chief executive of the National Housing Federation said this week: “The bedroom tax is ill-thought and unfair as thousands of disabled people will have no choice but to cut back further on food and other expenses in order to stay in their…homes.” Will the Prime Minister now drop this callous policy? The Prime Minister: Let us be absolutely clear that this is not a tax. Let me explain to the Labour party that a tax is when someone ea
  16. Here http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/33327
  17. The Prime Minister's adviser on digital strategy, Jonathan Luff, is leaving Downing Street to become a a lobbyist for Wonga, the controversial payday lender. One of David Cameron's senior advisers is leaving Downing Street to become a lobbyist for Wonga, the controversial payday lender. Jonathan Luff, the Prime Minister's advisor on digital strategy, will be able to start straight away at the company, which has been criticised for allegedly heavy-handed debt collection tactics. His move, first reported by Sky News, is likely to fuel the debate about the "revolving door" between ministeri
  18. But he rules out Mansion Tax http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-19864056
  19. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-19864056
  20. Its been in the news all day-he did not know what Magna Carta actually means. He has obviously never had any letters from RLP............
  21. Elfwind

    ATOS and Cameron

    I cannot believe my eyes,samcam,will and kate,the queen opening the Paralympics and that dumb **** borris after all they have done to kill Remploy and send us all into a life of destitution,i hate these people,may god not forgive them...... And i heard ATOS are a sponsor
  22. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/david-cameron/9410053/Cameron-austerity-will-last-until-2020.html I can't see it happen as the currency will be tory testicles long before then! I'm going home at the weekend to a country hit by the same crisis as the UK, but currently managing to scrape along on its near 8% growth. I guess the secret is in fixing what needs to be fixed rather than blaming it on others, not realising that you can't fix a problem when you are lying about its cause. If the UK is going to be printing money until 2020, and the euro finds a solution, then
  23. Another "at the next election" proposal,which lately appear to be coming almost daily. If the EU is in tatters now what makes him think there will even be a EU come then ? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-18659072
  24. Plans for dramatic cuts in government subsidies for onshore windfarms are being drawn up by the Treasury in a move that seriously undermines David Cameron's claim to be running "the greenest government ever". The Observer has learned that George Osborne is demanding cuts of 25% in subsidies, a reduction the industry says would "kill dead" the development of wind power sites. The Treasury's stance has put the chancellor at loggerheads with the Liberal Democrat energy secretary Ed Davey, whose party strongly supports more renewable energy. Osborne, whose reputation has taken a dive fol
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