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David Cameron's flagship youth scheme to be rebranded for up to £10m

David Cameron’s flagship youth scheme, which has faced criticism for using large amounts of government funding to reach relatively few teenagers, is to receive a rebrand costing up to £10m.


Brexit: David Cameron brands No Deal a 'disaster', 993 days after referendum he called

David Cameron has warned failing to rule out a no-deal Brexit would be a “disaster” for Britain. The former Tory prime minister said he backed Theresa May ’s attempts to secure a deal, despite MPs defeating her plan by 149 votes last night.


'I don't think no deal is a good idea at all': Cameron insists he backs May's plan for a 'partnership' with the EU and warns MPs not to crash Britain out

David Cameron warned MPs not to let Britain crash out of the EU today as Theresa May faces catastrophe over Brexit. The former Prime Minister insisted he would not give a running commentary on events.


‘They did it out of desperation’ – David Owen on the Independent Group, May’s failure and why he stands by Brexit

David Owen’s claim to be a visionary is lodged even before he opens his front door. He lives in Limehouse – in the same house where he and his fellow Labour rebels formed the breakaway Social Democratic party (SDP) in 1981, issuing the Limehouse declaration, which would change the course of British


David Cameron tried to stop three Tories quitting to join The Independent Group at the last minute

Former Prime Minister David Cameron made a last-ditch bid to try and stop three Tory MPs from quitting to join a newly-formed group in the Commons. Anna Soubry, Heidi Allen and Sarah Wollaston announced that they had left the Conservative Party shortly before PMQs on Wednesday to join former Labour


Why the 'Grey Man' was universally challenged: Suggestion David Lidington could take over from Theresa May is met with fury and astonishment from both Brexiteers and Remainers

For a man said to have ‘no enemies in the Commons’, the notion of David Lidington as Acting Prime Minister met with a less-than-friendly reaction from party colleagues last night.


‘Make her PM’: 16-year-old Question Time guest spellbinds audience with her view on the motivations behind Brexit

A 16-year-old woman has been praised for her analysis of the reasons behind Brexit. The teenager, who appeared on Belfast’s Question Time episode on Thursday night asked audience members to consider “the huge generational changes” Brexit could contribute to society.


Eight MSU students receive 2019 Cameron Presidential Scholarships

BOZEMAN — Eight high-achieving Montana State University students have received the 2019 Cameron Presidential Scholarships. The scholarships for the MSU students in the Honors College were made possible by an endowment made in 2017 by the Cameron Family, according to Ilse-Mari Lee, dean of the MSU Ho


The Latest: Cameron warns no-deal Brexit would be disastrous

STRASBOURG, France (AP) — The Latest on Brexit (all times local):. The British prime minister who set the Brexit process in motion is warning that leaving the European Union without a deal would be disastrous for the U.K.


Part David Cameron, part Piers Morgan – Alan Partridge returns in time for Brexit

Last time Alan Partridge hosted a primetime BBC show, he was sacked live on air for punching his boss in the face with a turkey. Now that the world has “realigned itself along Alan lines”, Norfolk’s most famous radio DJ returns from years in the wilderness with This Time with Alan Partridge.


Pat Finucane murder: Judges do not recommend public inquiry

The Supreme Court has not recommended a public inquiry into the murder of solicitor Pat Finucane. His widow Geraldine Finucane challenged ex-prime minister David Cameron over his refusal to hold a public inquiry.


Boris Johnson defends Bloody Sunday soldiers and slams calls their prosecution while IRA 'get away with' Troubles crimes

BORIS JOHNSON has slammed the potential trial of four British soldiers over the Bloody Sunday massacre as a "travesty", claiming the IRA have been allowed to "get away with" their crimes during the Troubles.


800 years of democracy is unravelling before our very eyes: Distinguished historian DAVID STARKEY on how our self-satisfied politicians have launched a coup over Brexit

Historians should avoid colourful predictions, however tempting they might seem. At the moment I’m touring the country with a lecture called Henry VIII And The First Brexit, which compares the king’s eventual clean and triumphant break with the Roman Church with our own messy and humiliating attempt


DWP disability benefit changes - 9 things Amber Rudd announced and what they mean

After nine years of Tory rule and sweeping benefit cuts, Amber Rudd has signalled a major change in tone with a speech vowing to “significantly improve” the benefits system for the disabled.


Tories urge Theresa May not to delay ruling out no-deal Brexit

Conservatives pushing for Theresa May to categorically rule out a no-deal Brexit in parliament this week have urged their colleagues not to be bought off by vague promises of a future vote on whether to extend article 50.


Theresa May's 'head in sand' over Tory Islamophobia, says Warsi

Theresa May has been accused of "burying her head in the sand" over Islamophobia in the Conservative Party. Former party chairwoman Baroness Warsi said the PM had failed to "acknowledge" or "tackle" the problem and this was "symptomatic" of her wider leadership.


Pat Finucane: UK Supreme Court rules investigation into notorious 1989 murder of Irish solicitor was flawed

THE UK Supreme Court has ruled that the investigation into the murder of Belfast solicitor Patrick Finucane 30 years ago was "not effective", paving the way for a new inquiry. Human rights lawyer Finucane, 39, was shot dead by loyalist paramilitaries in front of his three children and wife Geraldine


Seven weeks before we leave the EU... has anyone seen David Cameron?

In the icy depths of late January, just as Theresa May was absorbing the latest parliamentary defeat for her Brexit plan, David Cameron landed in the sunshine of southern India. He had been hired to deliver a lecture on geopolitics, plus a few amusing cricket anecdotes, in Chennai, in honour of the


When tweets by MPs go wrong

Compared with many of his colleagues in parliament, Attorney General Geoffrey Cox is not a prolific tweeter. That perhaps explains a tweet earlier on Monday which - after some words on Brexit - included the phrase "Get Outlook for iOS".


0% of MPs think Theresa May has been the best Prime Minister in the last 30 years

0% of MPs think Theresa May has been the best Prime Minister in the last 30 years, according to an exclusive poll carried out for Yahoo News UK. Margaret Thatcher was the most popular choice, with 41% of MPs saying she was the best Prime Minister in recent history, followed by Tony Blair with 32% of