David Cameron - Wikipedia
'So it enhances the special relationship, it does not diminish it.' Barack Obama tonight delivered support for David Cameron's EU campaign. Barack Obama may be stealing headlines in Havana but Malcolm Turnbull " has intense relationships with many world leaders - and he has become, Turnbull comes before British Prime Minister David Cameron, at No. US president Barack Obama has said the Assad regime must face “international Speaking after the vote, British prime minister David Cameron said: coupled with the fact that many will remember the lies in relation to Iraq.
Russia and China have consistently vetoed American attempts to gain international approval for action against the Assad regime.
The Conversation spoke with Malcolm Fraser today about the legal and geopolitical implications of any possible US attack on Syria and how Australia should respond in the event of any such raids.
Would any US attack on Syria have any standing in international law? An attack by the United States alone?
War is outlawed absolutely except for self-defence or except [in the case of] sanctions of the Security Council.
Now, the British parliament has voted to against going to war. What does the Commons vote tell us about world opinion on attacking Syria?
Malcolm Fraser: Syria attack 'illegal'
I think it reminds us of Iraq. At the time of Iraq, there were many people who believed - no, not believed, who knew - that Britain and America were lying and that the Australian government was lying. That does not surprise me at all because if you look at the straight, common-sense logic or interpretation, whose interests is this in? Assad, presumably, is not totally stupid and he would know that in the current environment, where many people are against him anyway, that if he uses weapons of mass destruction against civilians — and nobody disputes that chemical weapons have been used, that part of it is not a dispute, or to me it should not be — he would know that that would give people like Cameron impetus.
Assad would know that if he uses chemical weapons, that gives those who want a war the perfect opportunity to have a massive attack against him, and that is a massive advantage to the rebels. Children pick their way through rubble in the city of Idlib, a centre of resistance to the Assad regime. Australia takes the Security Council presidency on Monday.
He obtained three 'A' grades and a '1' grade in the Scholarship Level exam in Economics and Politics. For three months he worked as a researcher for his godfather Tim Rathbonethen Conservative MP for Lewesduring which time he attended debates in the House of Commons.
Cameron was later told by one of his professors that it was "definitely an attempt" by the KGB to recruit him. David—there was nobody else who came even close. He would be integrating them with the way the British political system is put together.
He could have lectured me on it, and I would have sat there and taken notes. I've read his speech and it's filled with contradictions.
There are one or two good things in it but one glimpses them, as it were, through a mist of misunderstanding". Cameron graduated in with a first-class honours BA degree later promoted to an MA by seniority. They and others formed a group they called the " Smith Square set", which was dubbed the "Brat Pack" by the press, though it is better known as the " Notting Hill set ", a name given to it pejoratively by Derek Conway.
One newspaper gave Cameron the credit for "sharper Despatch box performances" by Major,  which included highlighting for Major "a dreadful piece of doublespeak " by Tony Blair then the Labour Employment spokesman over the effect of a national minimum wage.
Instead, Cameron was given the responsibility for briefing Major for his press conferences during the general election. He revealed he had led other members of the team across Smith Square to jeer at Transport Housethe former Labour headquarters.
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At the Conservative Party conference, Cameron had difficulty trying to arrange to brief the speakers in the economic debate, having to resort to putting messages on the internal television system imploring the mover of the motion, Patricia Morristo contact him.
Taxes needed to be raised in the Budget, and Cameron fed the options Lamont was considering through to Conservative Campaign Headquarters for their political acceptability to be assessed.
However, Lamont's unpopularity did not necessarily affect Cameron: During the by-election, Lamont gave the response " Je ne regrette rien " to a question about whether he most regretted claiming to see "the green shoots of recovery" or admitting to "singing in his bath" with happiness at leaving the European Exchange Rate Mechanism.
Cameron was identified by one journalist as having inspired this gaffe; it was speculated that the heavy Conservative defeat in Newbury may have cost Cameron his chance of becoming Chancellor himself, even though as he was not a Member of Parliament he could not have been. It was commented that he was still "very much in favour"  and it was later reported that many at the Treasury would have preferred Cameron to carry on.
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Lewis said that Sandra Howard 's list included reducing the quality of prison foodalthough Sandra Howard denied this claim. Lewis reported that Cameron was "uncomfortable" about the list. In Marchsomeone leaked to the press that the Labour Party had called for a meeting with John Major to discuss a consensus on the Prevention of Terrorism Act. After an inquiry failed to find the source of the leak, Labour MP Peter Mandelson demanded assurance from Howard that Cameron had not been responsible, which Howard gave.
Howard just talks to young public school gentlemen from the party headquarters.
Cameron was suggested for the role to Carlton executive chairman Michael P. Green by his later mother-in-law Lady Astor.
InCameron played up the company's prospects for digital terrestrial televisionfor which it joined with ITV Granada and Sky to form British Digital Broadcasting. In a roundtable discussion on the future of broadcasting in he criticised the effect of overlapping different regulators on the industry.Obama attends March Madness game with PM Cameron
Cameron resigned as Director of Corporate Affairs in February in order to run for Parliament for a second time, although he remained on the payroll as a consultant.