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Jeremy Paxman reveals the politician he is DESPERATE to put in Room 101 - and says he's worse than Neville Chamberlain

Jeremy Paxman wants to get shot of David Cameron by -dumping him in Room 101. The former Newsnight host, 67, blasts the ex-Prime Minister when he appears on the show this week. Paxman tells host Frank Skinner: "I think David Cameron was the worst PM we've had for a very, very long time, several gene


Nobody else took UKIP seriously. So why did David Cameron?

The implosion of UKIP was inevitable when you look at the amateurs and oddballs in charge of the party (Image: Anadolu) There are Big Brother contestants with longer careers than UKIP leaders. The impending departure of Henry Bolton will see the anti-European party lumbered with its sixth leader in


Nigel Nelson: Theresa May thinks only ministers who believe in Brexit can deliver it

The PM now thinks only ministers who believe in their hearts in Brexit can deliver it The PM now thinks only ministers who believe in their hearts in Brexit can deliver it (Image: REX/Shutterstock) David Cameron did not have the heart to lead Britain towards Brexit after campaigning for Remain so he


Why the legendary Mrs Bone will no longer be a fixture in Parliamentary debates

Dad's Army had Mrs Mainwaring, Minder had 'Er Indoors - formidable matriarchs whose presence was keenly felt but who were never seen. For almost a decade Parliament has had its own equivalent in the shape of Mrs Bone, wife of Wellingborough MP Peter Bone, who has been name-checked 60 times in debate


Theresa May, prove your green vision isn’t just more ‘hug a husky’ cynicism

The 25-year plan for the environment announced by the government today looks fairly weak on paper, and we're not holding our breath when it comes to implementation. Many people will remember David Cameron's "hug a husky" moment, and this plan looks like another cynical attempt to try to rebrand the


Have Dinner and a Selfie with David Cameron for a Mere 12,000

Is it weird that you dragged the UK into an economic crisis, like, kind of without meaning to? What was it like to put your erect penis into a dead pig? Does looking like an adult baby make it difficult to buy wine at Oddbins? These are all questions we have for ex-Prime Minister David Cameron. Lu


U.K.'s House of Lords Votes in Favor of Second Media Industry Inquiry

The Leveson Inquiry was launched by then-prime minister David Cameron in 2011 following the phone-hacking scandal. Britain's House of Lords late Wednesday voted in favor of a second phase of the Leveson inquiry into wrongdoing at major newspaper companies. The first phase was launched by then-prim


Could Padres' new hire affect their pursuit of Eric Hosmer?

The Royals' pursuit of first baseman Eric Hosmer possibly received a boost because of a hiring by one of the first baseman's reported suitors. Reports surfaced last week that the Royals had made a seven-year, $147 million offer for Hosmer, who is a free agent, while the Padres were offering a seven-


Chinese business chiefs pay 12,000 for dinner with David Cameron

Fancy dinner and a photo with David Cameron? That was what was on offer recently for wealthy business figures at an event in China - as long as they stumped up about 12,000. Mr Cameron featured on social media adverts for the Shanghai International Ball and Leaders' Forum, which took place earlier t


David Cameron thought Barack Obama was a 'self-obsessed narcissist'

David Cameron reportedly thought Barack Obama was one of the 'most narcissistic, self-absorbed people' he had ever met, according to his former strategy guru. Despite enjoying a cosy public relationship that saw them playing rounds of golf together, former Cameron adviser Steve Hilton has claimed th


Theresa May’s new cabinet more privileged than before

Theresa May's new top team is now more privileged than before, with more than a third of those attending cabinet educated privately. Research from the Sutton Trust showed 34% of the 29 ministers attending cabinet went to independent schools, compared with 30% of her first cabinet last year. The figu


The best radio this week: The Cameron Years

David Cameron's legacy of failure is discussed on Radio 4, while Amy Lame steps into Jarvis Cocker's shoes over on 6 Music All political careers end in failure but few did it so quickly as David Cameron's. He came to power promising not to "bang on about Europe" and ended up having the continent's n


Arts Centre Melbourne Announces Morning Melodies 2018 Program

Popular opera and musical theatre star, David Hobson, international opera luminary Yvonne Kenny and Australian entertainment legend Normie Rowe are among the star-studded lineup for Arts Centre Melbourne's Morning Melodies 2018 program. The feel-good one hour concerts held each month at Hamer Hall w


Tory kingmaker among six politicians awarded top New Year honours

Graham Brady, chair of the 1922 Committee of Tory backbenchers, has been given a knighthood. Photograph: Graeme Robertson for the Guardian A quarter of all knighthoods and damehoods in the New Year honours list have gone to politicians, including the Tory kingmaker Graham Brady who has Theresa May


What is David Cameron doing now?

After leaving frontline politics and taking up a variety of roles, the ex-PM has hinted that he still has a 'big job' left in him David Cameron speaks at the Salt conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, in May. The group facilitates debates on macroeconomic trends and investment opportunities. Photograph:


Brexit timeline - 'The clock is ticking'

The UK has been dragging its feet when it comes to clarifying its financial commitments, which is a key issue in Brexit talks. (Photo: European Commission) 23 January 2013 - Prime minister David Cameron in a speech at Bloomberg declares that he is in favour of an in-out referendum on the basis of a


2017: A polarizing year dominated by hashtags and Trump

(CNN)#MAGA. #MeToo. #Fake News. A trio of hashtags that have dominated 2017 -- a polarizing year dominated by the arrival of Donald J. Trump in the Oval Office. If 2016 marked the revenge of the forgotten -- Trump's victory, Brexit, and the rise of populist nationalism -- that revenge has this yea


I was too partisan over Brexit to become Tory leader, says George Osborne

George Osborne ditched his leadership ambitions following the Brexit referendum because he had been "too partisan" during the campaign to unite the Conservative Party, the former Chancellor has said. Mr Osborne said he was in "no position to run" in the contest that followed David Cameron's resignat


Nick Clegg ‘set to be awarded surprise knighthood’ in New Year’s Honours

Former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg will reportedly receive a surprise knighthood in the New Year's Honours.A night in the life of the Met Police at Christmas time The former Liberal Democrat leader and staunch Remainer served as David Cameron's deputy during the Conservative and Lib Dem coaliti


Remainer Nick Clegg gets knighthood in further blow for Nigel Farage who claims he was overlooked for backing Brexit

Nick Clegg's appointment has proved controversial with Brexit supporters and critics of the coalition government (Image: AFP) Ardent Remainer Nick Clegg is set to receive a knighthood in a move that is sure to anger Brexiteers. It will especially rile Nigel Farage who claims he was overlooked becaus