David Cameron

Life after No. 10 is not what David Cameron was hoping for

2 November 2018 13:25

It can be cruel, the way politics plays out. At the very moment George Osborne was telling the bemused staff…

Will Cameron take his revenge on Merkel?

31 October 2018 11:07

As James Kirkup writes on Coffee House, David Cameron’s misreading of Angela Merkel contributed to Brexit. The then Prime Minister and his team…

Theresa May’s spouse rebuke on shaky ground

27 September 2018 13:52

After the Prime Minister turned her ire on a lobby hack this week for failing to ask her a serious…

Theresa May’s social housing plans are another step away from Cameronism

16 August 2018 9:06

These days Theresa May has less time to spend distancing herself from her predecessor. With blue-on-blue warfare rife and her…

Why is Theresa May so dependent on Angela Merkel?

17 July 2018 10:00

Why do the British turn to the Germans in their moments of European trouble? It never works. When Jacques Delors…

Don’t blame Cameron for the government’s Brexit mess

8 July 2018 10:00

I listened to the Coffee House podcast about Danny Dyer’s David Cameron rant. Fraser Nelson appears to live in a…

David Cameron: Brexit isn’t as bad as I expected

24 January 2018 16:40

Surprise guests at this year’s Davos include Donald Trump and John McDonnell. But fear not, there’s still the usual citizens…

Ed Vaizey’s reshuffle lament

10 January 2018 9:29

Although Theresa May’s reshuffle of junior ministers was less gaffe-prone than the main event on Monday, there’s a feeling in…

Samantha Cameron reveals which opposition party she backs

10 September 2017 0:58

Before David Cameron became Prime Minister in the 2010 election, he was dealt a setback when his old chum Ed…

David Cameron’s kept his head down, so let him chillax

13 August 2017 8:30

David Cameron was in the news again this week after being paid £1 million a minute to give a speech…

Life after No. 10 is not what David Cameron was hoping for

7 August 2017 8:24

This article originally appeared in the Spectator in March. It is being reposted on Coffee House after the former Prime…

David Cameron’s festival chillaxing backfires

7 August 2017 8:02

David Cameron is making the most of life after Downing Street. Having recently been photographed enjoying the high life in…

The Brexit betrayal bandwagon is growing

2 August 2017 8:17

It may not be this week. It may not be Boris Johnson. But eventually a minister will break with this…

Spotted: John Bercow back in the Royal Box at Wimbledon

13 July 2017 17:52

Wimbledon wouldn’t be Wimbledon without strawberries and cream, Pimms and…John Bercow in the Royal Box. The speaker of the House…

Why has it been left to David Cameron to make the case for ‘sound finances’?

4 July 2017 18:40

After days of ministers calling on Theresa May to scrap the public sector pay cap, the fightback has begun. But…

France is finally looking forward to some Brit-bashing

29 June 2017 8:53

Was that a touch of gloating I detected last night as I watched the news on French television? The lead item…

Britain is in desperate need of a truly national party

26 June 2017 7:58

I am not sure I can think of any great public assembly in Britain I’d enjoy less than Glastonbury. Within…

Theresa May would be wise to listen to David Cameron

14 June 2017 8:46

Theresa May has few friends at the moment. But while her Christmas card list might be dwindling, her tally of critics…

Yes, the lowest-paid did best under Cameron

12 June 2017 14:44

Was the general election a vote against austerity? I was on the Today programme this morning to discuss this point,…

Why foreign aid fails – and how to really help Africa

22 April 2017 13:23

The British government is strikingly generous in foreign aid donation But if money alone were the solution we would be…

The Tory party should not forget George Osborne’s role in its revival

19 April 2017 14:17

George Osborne’s decision to stand down as an MP is a sign of how impregnable Theresa May’s position is perceived…

Why do voters find it hard to trust politicians? Because of all the broken promises

18 April 2017 21:52

‘But you promised!’ Anyone who spends much time with children (whether in an Andrea Leadsom-esque capacity as a mother or…

David Cameron’s larynx joins the Labour party

27 March 2017 16:05

Given that Owen Jones, Glenda Jackson and Derek Hatton are just a handful of the figures to recently turn on Jeremy…

No, M Juncker, David Cameron did not “destroy” the United Kingdom.

25 March 2017 12:44

Jean-Claude Juncker could have been invented by Nigel Farage’s spin doctors. He is sneering one-man advert for Brexit, Frexit and any…

The Spectator Podcast: Aid isn’t working

23 March 2017 12:48

On this week’s podcast, we consider how refugees could be better aided, whether David Cameron might be envious of George Osborne’s ‘retirement’,…