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David William Donald Cameron was born in London on the 9th October 1966. He is the current Prime Minister for the United Kingdom, having been elected into office following the May 2010 General Election. He is the Conservative Member of Parliament for Witney, Oxfordshire as well as being the leader of the Conservative Party. He is one of the UK’s youngest ever Prime Ministers.

David Cameron attended Eton College and then went onto Oxford University where he gained a First Class Honours Degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. Following graduation, he worked his way through the ranks with the Conservative Party.

In 1996, David Cameron married Samantha Sheffield and they had four children. Ivan, their eldest was born in 2002 but he sadly passed away in 2009 due to a medical condition. The Camerons’ three surviving children are Nancy (born 2004), Arthur (born 2006) and Florence who was famously born just after the General Election success in 2010.




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