Prime Minister of Britain
As the Prime Minister of Britain, David Cameron's keynotes reflect what he has been elected to monitor: politics. The leader of the Conservative Party, Cameron is a fairly traditional political figure.
Before being appointed Prime Minister, Cameron got into the political arena as a Conservative Researcher in 1988. Following his position there, he moved up to Special Adviser to the Chancellor in 1992. After some time working with parliament, he became the Candidate for the Stafford Constituency in 1996. In 2000, Cameron won the Witney in Oxfordshire Candidacy. June 2003 marked Cameron's appointment as Shadow Minister in the Privy Council Office as deputy to Eric Forth who, at the time, was Shadow Leader of the House. In 2005 it was announced that Cameron was officially the new Conservative leader. In the 2010 David Cameron became the Prime Minister of Britain.
As the youngest Prime Minister in nearly two centuries, Cameron's career has been of great notice within Britain and throughout the world. Educated at Brasenose College, Oxford University, where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, Cameron graduated with first class honors in 1988.