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Steve Hilton, the former senior adviser to Mr Cameron during the 2010 General Election campaign has revealed on his new TV show that the bromance between Barack Obama and David Cameron might not be 100% perfect as displayed on TV,  after revealing that Mr Cameron thinks Obama is a "Narcissistic, self-absorbed" person.


Steve said; "

As for Obama, all I can tell you is my old boss, former British prime minister David Cameron, thought Obama was one of the most narcissistic, self-absorbed people he'd ever dealt with. Obama never listened to anyone, always thought he was smarter than every expert in the room and treated every meeting as an opportunity to lecture everyone else.

This led to real world disasters like Syria and the rise of ISIS, but the real world doesn’t matter to the elites – for them it’s all about style and tone, not substance and results.

Obama instead in 2015 sees David in a different light. During a visit to Washington in 2015, Obama described David as a "great friend" and "outstanding" partner.

He said: “Put simply, David is a great friend. He is one of my closest and most trusted partners in the world.

On many of the most pressing challenges that we face we see the world the same way. Great Britain is our indispensable partner, and David has been personally an outstanding partner - and I thank you for your friendship.

Although in 2016, Obama talks about his frustration with the UK for not getting a Common majority in 2013, and also backing the military action against the Syrian regime for using chemical weapons.

A spokesperson for Mr Cameron has denied the new revelation from Steve Hilton, saying;

David Cameron’s views on President Obama – whether in public or in private – are the same: he considers Barack Obama a hugely accomplished president, a great partner for Britain and a good friend to our country and to him personally.



Hours after Andrea Leadsom stepped away from the UK PM contest and Conservative party leadership, David Cameron has announced that he would finally resign office in 2 days (Wednesday) to give the new PM, Theresa May to be the new PM.


David Cameron said he would present his resignation letter to Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday after attending a final session of Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons.

David Cameron said;

"We will have a new prime minister in that building behind me by Wednesday evening."

Theresa May will be a second female prime minister after Margaret Thatcher. 

The resignation of Cameron came to be after convincing citizens to remain in the EU, but the country voted to LEAVE. Theresa May though had voted to "Remain", but assured voters that voted "Leave" that she would respect their wishes.

Theresa May, 59, is the most experienced ministers in Cameron's cabinet serving in the notoriously difficult job of home secretary, akin to the interior minister's post in other countries, for six years.



David Cameron has decided to quit the EU after the UK today in its referendum decided to leave the European Union. The prime minister who was in support and leader of the "Remain" campaign.

Speaking at Number 10, Downing street after the vote, David said Britain required "fresh leadership" to negotiate the Country's exit from the EU. He promised the people to "steady the ship" of the country in the next few months, and step down from office in October.


In a teary voice, David Cameron said;

     I love this country and I feel honoured to have served it and I will do everything I can in future to help this great country succeed.

Read David Cameron Full Speech After the BREXIT

Good morning everyone, the country has just taken part in a giant democratic exercise, perhaps the biggest in our history.

Over 33 million people from England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Gibraltar have all had their say.

We should be proud of the fact that in these islands we trust the people for these big decisions.

We not only have a parliamentary democracy, but on questions about the arrangements for how we've governed there are times when it is right to ask the people themselves and that is what we have done.

The British people have voted to leave the European Union and their will must be respected.

I want to thank everyone who took part in the campaign on my side of the argument, including all those who put aside party differences to speak in what they believe was the national interest and let me congratulate all those who took part in the Leave campaign for the spirited and passionate case that they made.

The will of the British people is an instruction that must be delivered.

It was not a decision that was taken lightly, not least because so many things were said by so many different organisations about the significance of this decision.

So there can be no doubt about the result.

Across the world people have been watching the choice that Britain has made.

I would reassure those markets and investors that Britain's economy is fundamentally strong and I would also reassure Britons living in European countries and European citizens living here there will be no immediate changes in your circumstances.

There will be no initial change in the way our people can travel, in the way our goods can move or the way our services can be sold.

We must now prepare for a negotiation with the European Union.

This will need to involve the full engagement of the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Ireland governments to ensure that the interests of all parts of our United Kingdom are protected and advanced.

But above all this will require strong, determined and committed leadership.

I'm very proud and very honoured to have been Prime Minister of this country for six years.

I believe we've made great steps, with more people in work than ever before in our history, with reforms to welfare and education, increasing people's life chances, building a bigger and stronger society, keeping our promises to the poorest people in the world and enabling those who love each other to get married whatever their sexuality, but above all restoring Britain's economic strength.




David Cameron has won the UK election and set to lead the country for the next 5 years. Other winners in the election were Chancellor George Osborne -- Britain's finance minister -- while London Mayor Boris Johnson also claimed a place in Parliament for the Conservatives.



                                    UK Election result

Speaking after the election result, Cameron said :

 My aim remains simple -- to govern on the basis of governing for everyone in our United Kingdom. This includes making sure that the country's economic recovery reaches everyone, including its poorest citizens.Above all, I want to bring our country together, our United Kingdom together, not least by implementing as fast as we can the devolution that we rightly promised and came together with other parties to agree both for Wales and for Scotland

Tweeting from his account, George Osborne said :