David Cameron

David Cameron cannot pinkwash his legacy

With instances of homophobic, biphobic and transphobic hate crime on the rise and the closure of so many spaces for LGBT people, the community finds itself exposed and vulnerable with worryingly few sources of support

David Cameron's 5 worst moments in PMQs

It takes a certain amount of chutzpah, at your first stint asking the questions at PMQs, at 38 years of age, to tell a Prime Minister who’s won three elections that, ‘He was the future once,’ as David Cameron did in December 2005.

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How Cameron will see out his last day as PM

The British system of democracy, which has despatched itself with such beautiful efficiency over the last few weeks, will have another of its periodic moments of charming idiosyncrasy, when one Prime Minister hands over to another via two meetings with a woman appointed by birthright that no one else is allowed to see.

How David Cameron spent his last day of term

The removal van at the back entrance to Downing Street is often described as the grim reaper of British politics. In fact it is the undertaker. By the time they come for your possessions, your hopes and dreams are already long gone.