2010: David Cameron Becomes the British Prime Minister

2010: David Cameron Becomes the British Prime Minister
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  • Historical event:
  • 11 May 2010
  • David Cameron attended the elite Eton and studied at the famous Oxford, i.e Brasenose College (the famous Michael Palin also studied there).

On this day in 2010,  David Cameron became the British Prime Minister.

At the time, he was 43 years old, and became one of the youngest prime ministers in British history.

But six people were younger than Cameron when the became prime ministers (William Pitt Younger was 24 years when he became Prime Minister, and is known as the youngest Prime Minister).

David Cameron was born in London in 1966. His family was very rich; his grandparents held the titles “Lady” and “Sir”. Cameron’s wealth is estimated at approximately 4 million pounds, and he will inherit his family fortune.

The family of Cameron’s wife Samantha is also wealthy (her parents also hold titles “Lady” and “Sir”).

Cameron’s education was very expensive. He studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford.

Such multidisciplinary studies are attended by many well-known politicians, including  Ed Miliband, the Leader of the Opposition in the UK, and his brother David Miliband (the former British Foreign Minister).

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