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David Cameron

(1966-), Prime Minister

David William Donald Cameron

Sitter in 4 portraits
David Cameron was declared leader of Britain's Conservative Party after winning the 2005 leadership elections. Elected Prime Minister in 2010, he formed the first coalition government since the Second World War with Liberal Democrat Leader, Nick Clegg. Fulfilling his election manifesto, Cameron introduced a referendum on UK membership of the European Union in 2016. After a polarising campaign, in which Cameron campaigned to remain, British voters narrowly chose to leave the Union. Hours after the result was declared, Cameron announced his resignation.

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David Cameron, by Fergus Greer - NPG x131845

David Cameron

by Fergus Greer
bromide fibre print, March 2008
NPG x131845

Study for a Head IV (David Cameron), by kennardphillipps (Peter Kennard and Cat Phillipps) - NPG x200702

Study for a Head IV (David Cameron)

by kennardphillipps (Peter Kennard and Cat Phillipps)
pigment ink on Financial Times newspaper with UV get topcoat, 2012
On display in Room 29 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG x200702

David Cameron; Sir Craig Stewart Oliver, by Charlie Bibby - NPG x200123

David Cameron; Sir Craig Stewart Oliver

by Charlie Bibby
C-type colour print, June 2016
NPG x200123

How Britain Went Bonkers, by Coldwar Steve (Christopher Spencer), published by  Time Magazine UK Ltd - NPG D48909

How Britain Went Bonkers

by Coldwar Steve (Christopher Spencer), published by Time Magazine UK Ltd
colour offset lithograph magazine cover, published 17 June 2019
On display in Room 16 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG D48909

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