Losing party leaders pulls in a row. Back says David Cameron and must gather a divided nation.
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron take enough time. In front of his residence, 10 Downing Street, he spoke earlier in the day when he announced that he will form a majority government.
The election in Britain has claimed three unsuccessful party leaders the job in the wake of a disappointing choice.
There remains the leader of the Conservative Party, David Cameron, as a surprising victor that can form majority government and extend his time at 10 Downing Street in London with a second term as Britain’s prime minister.
Now he must gather a divided nation.
The man without inner fire.
– He has never been able to answer the question that is asked him repeatedly: What is it that gets you out of bed at six in the morning? What is it you want to achieve as prime minister ?, says Hanning Associated Press.
Critics have said that he has not worked as hungry for victory as rival Ed Miliband, despite the fact that Cameron has worked with the mantra “knock-out”.
It was Cameron who won.
English press depicts 48-year-old Cameron as the Prime Minister, who likes to “chillaxe” – to relax. He is no workaholic, but have balance between work and private life.
David Cameron was chosen in 2005 as Conservative party leader and took over a party that had lost three elections to Tony Blair’s Labour Party. There were many parallels between the two party leaders, and Cameron was called Blair’s heir.
Both were young, attractive politicians who put their respective parties in a more modern course. Both were more practical gifted than ideological and appealed to voters’ hearts.
Since Cameron took over as prime minister in 2010, he legalized gay marriages, as traditionalists within the party fought against. Early in his office, he argued that young offenders need understanding and punishment.
A new challenge
Now he faced a very different challenge – to bring together a divided nation.
During the election campaign, Mr Cameron promised a referendum on EU membership, more powers to the Scottish autonomy parliament and to the British economy on its feet.
– I want my party and the government, I would like to lead, regains a position that we should never have lost – its position as a nation, a total UK, said Cameron Friday after Queen Elizabeth had given him the green light to form the government..