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For the record / David Cameron.

By: Cameron, David, 1966 October 9-.
Publisher: London : William Collins, 2019Description: xix, 732 p., 32 unnumbered p. of plates : ill. (col.) ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780008239282 : (hbk.).Subject(s): Cameron, David. 1966 October 9- | European Union -- Membership | Prime ministers -- Great Britain -- Biography | Statesmen -- Great Britain -- Biography | Referendum -- Great Britain -- History -- 21st century | Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1997-2007 | Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 2007-DDC classification: 920
Contents:
Five days in May -- A Berkshire boy -- Eton, Oxford ... and the Soviet Union -- Getting started -- Samantha -- Into parliament --
Summary: The referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union in 2016 has been one of the most controversial political events of modern times. For the first time, the man who called that vote talks about the decision and its orgins, as well as giving a candid account of his time at the top of British politics. David Cameron was Conservative Party leader during the largest financial crash in living memory. The Arab spring and the Eurozone crisis both started during his first year as prime minister. The backdrop to his time in office included the advent of ISIS, surging migration and a rapidly changing EU.
List(s) this item appears in: New acquisitions Nov - Dec 2019 | New acquisitions 2019
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Includes index.

Five days in May -- A Berkshire boy -- Eton, Oxford ... and the Soviet Union -- Getting started -- Samantha -- Into parliament --

The referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union in 2016 has been one of the most controversial political events of modern times. For the first time, the man who called that vote talks about the decision and its orgins, as well as giving a candid account of his time at the top of British politics.

David Cameron was Conservative Party leader during the largest financial crash in living memory. The Arab spring and the Eurozone crisis both started during his first year as prime minister. The backdrop to his time in office included the advent of ISIS, surging migration and a rapidly changing EU.

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