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David Cameron says government should defend its counter-extremism strategy

David Cameron and a right-leaning thinktank have warned the government to defend its flagship counter-extremism strategy from criticisms or risk enabling terrorism. In a controversial report from Policy Exchange, the former prime minister has demanded a robust defence of the Prevent strategy. The report claims that Prevent is being undermined...
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David Cameron being asked 'how he sleeps' on The One Show resurfaces after Dan Stevens moment

A video of The One Show host Matt Baker laying into David Cameron in 2011 has resurfaced following Dan Stevens' takedown of Boris Johnson on the same show last night.In an interview on the show, Baker absolutely savaged Cameron when he, with a smile, and after thanking the then prime minister for appearing on the show asked: "Just very quickly, how on earth do you sleep at night?"People have been reminded of the iconic moment in television as last night, actor Stevens spoke about his new series Gaslit about Richard Nixon and the Watergate scandal. When describing it he used...
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David Cameron opens up about his mother’s battle with ‘terrible disease’ dementia

David Cameron has opened up about his mother’s battle with dementia.The former Prime Minister said his mother, 87-year-old Mary Cameron, is “doing OK” amidst her early diagnosis and is being supported by her four children.Mr Cameron is president of the Alzheimer’s Research UK charity, founder of the U.K. Dementia Research Institute and is a long-time advocate for funding more research into the illness.He said his mother is in the early stages of the “terrible disease” and it has taught him about the realities of living with dementia. “Not only is it a terrible disease in its later stages, but of...
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Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron to speak at Texas A&M

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Former British Prime Minster David Cameron will be the next guest of the MSC Wiley Lecture Series at Texas A&M. “A Conversation with David Cameron” is scheduled for April 1 at 7 p.m. on the A&M campus. The conversation will be moderated by Fox News political analyst and NPR correspondent Mara Liasson.
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Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron to visit Texas A&M campus on Friday

Former United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron will visit College Station on Friday for a discussion of world affairs on the Texas A&M University campus. The event, which begins at 7 p.m., will be moderated by Fox News political analyst and NPR national correspondent Mara Liasson. Cameron will discuss current...
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Ex-PM David Cameron driving to Poland with refugee donations

Former Prime Minister David Cameron is on his way to Poland to deliver donations to Ukrainian refugees. In a series of tweets, the ex-Tory leader revealed he was driving a lorry to the country with goods collected by Oxfordshire food project Chippy Larder. He said it was filled "with everything...

Former PM David Cameron driving to Poland with aid delivery for Ukrainian refugees

David Cameron has set off driving to Poland in a small lorry full of supplies to help Ukrainian refugees fleeing the Russian invasion. Sharing a photo of himself at the wheel, the former prime minister announced his trip and applauded the “typically phenomenal” generosity of the British people in gathering donations for the millions fleeing the conflict in Ukraine.Mr Cameron said he and a group of volunteers from the Chippy Larder, a food project in his local town of Chipping Norton, West Oxfordshire, had put out a call for donations in the area. The team managed to amass enough supplies...
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Ex-PM David Cameron driving ‘small lorry’ to Poland with supplies for refugees

Former prime minister David Cameron is driving a small lorry full of supplies for Ukrainian refugees to the country’s border with Poland.Mr Cameron announced the trip on Twitter, where he said he had been volunteering for two years at a food project in west Oxfordshire called the Chippy Larder.Through the project, he said donations had been taken in for refugees from Ukraine and they now had enough “to fill a small lorry with everything from nappies to sanitary products, warm clothes to first aid kits”.I'm currently driving to Poland with two Chippy Larder colleagues to make our delivery to the...