Political positions of David Cameron

Political Positions Of David Cameron

Political positions of David Cameron

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This article concerns the policies, views and voting record of David Cameron, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. This is sometimes also known as Cameronism.


Cameron describes himself as a "modern compassionate conservative" and has said that he is "fed up with the Punch and Judy politics of Westminster".Jonathan Freedland, , Guardian Unlimited, 7 December 2005, accessed 6 November 2006 He has stated that he is "certainly a big Thatcher fan, but I don't know whether that makes me a Thatcherite." He has also claimed to be a "liberal Conservative", and "not a deeply ideological person." Cameron stated in 2005 that he did not intend to oppose the Labour government as a matter of course, and will offer his support in areas of agreement. He also wants to move the Conservatives' focus away from purely fiscal matters, saying "It's time we admitted that there's more to life than money, and it's time we focused not just on GDP, but on GWB - general well-being". There have been claims that he described himself to journalists at a dinner during the leadership contest...
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