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Written Answers — Prime Minister: Departmental Mobile Phones (3 Jun 2010)

David Cameron: I will conduct business in the most appropriate manner and as circumstances dictate.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Middle East (3 Jun 2010)

David Cameron: As set out in the Queen's Speech, in the Middle East the Government will work for a two state solution that sees a viable state of Palestine existing in peace and security alongside Israel. As I made clear to Prime Minister Netanyahu, we deplore the loss of life off the coast of Gaza in recent days. I will of course update Parliament on progress including any visits to the region.

Queen's Speech — Debate (4th Day) (2 Jun 2010)

Lord Low of Dalston: ...approach to the vexed question of social care and an end to the competitive auction on who can build and fill the most prisons. We breathe a sigh of relief at the prospect of stability and cheer on David Cameron as, like an auctioneer on speed, he knocks down the prized possessions of new Labour-going, going, gone. I welcome particularly the smack of firm government seen in the firing of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (2 Jun 2010)

David Cameron: I am sure that the whole House will wish to join me in paying tribute to the soldiers who have died in Afghanistan in the last week: from 40 Commando Royal Marines, Corporal Stephen Curley and Marine Scott Taylor; and from the 4th Regiment Royal Artillery, Gunner Zak Cusack. These were men of outstanding courage, skill and selflessness. We must never forget their sacrifice. The House will...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Afghanistan (2 Jun 2010)

David Cameron: Afghanistan is my top priority. That is why we have set up the National Security Council and why it met on the first full day of the new Government. In terms of the military strategy, we are six months into the troop surge ordered by President Obama. That surge is to provide a proper counter-insurgency campaign, protecting the people while tackling the insurgents. We back that strategy, and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (2 Jun 2010)

David Cameron: I really am grateful to my hon. Friend for raising that question. When foreign nationals threaten our country but we do not have the evidence necessary to prosecute them, it is essential for us to be able to deport them back to their country of origin. I have asked the Home Secretary to work with the Foreign Secretary to draw up agreements with as many countries as possible, so that we can...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Andy Coulson and Jonny Oates (2 Jun 2010)

David Cameron: Mr Andy Coulson is Director of Communications and Mr Jonny Oates is Deputy Director of Communications. Both are employed on special adviser terms.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Rupert Murdoch (2 Jun 2010)

David Cameron: As was the case with previous Governments, I and officials have meetings with a wide range of organisations and individuals on a range of subjects. Information on official meetings by Ministers with external organisations will be published in accordance with the Ministerial Code.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Whips: Pay (2 Jun 2010)

David Cameron: I refer the hon. Member to the press notice issued by my office on 19 May 2010. A copy is available on the No. 10 website at: http://www.number10.gov.uk/news/latest-news/2010/05/her-maje stys-government-49840 Copies have also been placed in the Library of the House.

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Machinery of Government: Departmental Organisation (2 Jun 2010)

David Cameron: I am today outlining machinery of government changes affecting a number of existing Departments of State. These changes are a result of the formation of the coalition Government and will help implement the programme for Government. Further adjustments may be made and announced in due course. The Cabinet Office As previously announced the Deputy Prime Minister has been given special...

Queen's Speech — Debate (3rd Day) (27 May 2010)

Lord Falconer of Thoroton: ...-term Parliament, so that if the turkeys with whom he now associates lose a vote of confidence, they will not have to leave government. What a marvellous sight the coalition is! The language of Cameron and Clegg is the language of love. It reminds me painfully of those "Spitting Image" programmes in the 1980s. Do noble Lords remember the noble Lords, Lord Owen and Lord Steel, and the boy...

Debate on the Address: Energy and Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (27 May 2010)

David Anderson: ...61,000 said, "No, we do not want that," 13,000 of them saying, "We support the Liberal Democrats." However, they did not support the Liberal Democrats to put the right hon. Member for Witney (Mr Cameron) into No. 10 Downing street. Unfortunately, Members on the Liberal Democrat Benches have let those 13,000 people down, because they have let the Conservatives back in with an agenda that...

Scottish Parliament: Her Majesty's Government (Relations) (27 May 2010)

Murdo Fraser: ...the Scottish Parliament. By contrast, as my good friend—or, I should say, having heard his speech, my excellent friend—Mike Rumbles reminded us, within three days of becoming Prime Minister, David Cameron was here at Holyrood and then at St Andrew's house to meet the First Minister. There could be no clearer signal of the intention of the new UK Government to have a more fruitful...

Queen's Speech — Debate (2nd Day) (26 May 2010)

Lord Harries of Pentregarth: ..., in a country most people have never heard of, in the remote highlands of that country, people have been celebrating. Dressed in the local costume, they were filmed holding up a large poster of David Cameron. The reason is that the new Prime Minister has met Benny Wanda, a West Papuan leader who was granted political asylum in this country, and because of this meeting these desperate...

Adjournment (Whitsun): Foreign Affairs and Defence (26 May 2010)

Jeremy Lefroy: ...and Rowley Regis (James Morris). Later, I should like to touch on the importance of the Commonwealth, in which I am a great believer. First, however, I want to pay tribute to my predecessor, David Kidney. Mr Kidney represented Stafford for 13 years with a great degree of diligence. He is much loved in the constituency for his work there, but he is also widely respected for the work that he...

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Cabinet Committees (26 May 2010)

David Cameron: I am placing a copy of the new list of Cabinet Committees in the Libraries of both Houses. The details are available on the Cabinet Office website.

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Ministerial Code (May 2010) (26 May 2010)

David Cameron: Last week I published the "Ministerial Code". Copies of the code have been placed in the Libraries of both Houses and also the Vote Office. The "Ministerial Code" sets out the principles underpinning the standards of conduct expected of Ministers and how they should discharge their duties.

Deputy Speakers: Debate on the Address — [1st Day] (25 May 2010)

Charles Walker: ...on the Chamber; and it is the first time that I have been in the House with a Conservative Prime Minister, and I would like to pay tribute to my right hon. Friend the Member for Witney (Mr Cameron). He spent four long, hard years getting us to this position. He made huge personal sacrifices in his life, and I wish him the very best as he leads this country through some difficult times. He...

Queen's Speech — Debate (1st Day) (25 May 2010)

Baroness Royall of Blaisdon: ...and the many government jobs that Nick Clegg, Vince Cable and Chris Huhne have been given. And why should they not be? The Benches opposite are full of bedfellows as completely natural as those of David Cameron and Nick Clegg themselves. Think of the noble Lord, Lord Greaves, and the noble Lord, Lord Tebbit, or the noble Earl, Lord Ferrers, and the noble Lord, Lord Lester of Herne Hill....

Northern Ireland Assembly: Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister: UK Government (24 May 2010)

Peter Robinson: With your permission, Mr Speaker, I will answers questions 5 and 9 together. The deputy First Minister and I spoke to the Prime Minister, David Cameron, immediately on his appointment, and we met him last Thursday during his visit to Northern Ireland. In the past week, we also held separate meetings with the Secretary of State, Owen Paterson, and the Northern Ireland Office Minister of State,...


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