British Conservative Party Leader Election
British Conservative Party members announced the election of its new leader David Cameron at a press conference at the Royal Academy of the… read more
British Conservative Party members announced the election of its new leader David Cameron at a press conference at the Royal Academy of the Arts in London. Mr. Cameron defeated David Davis with more than 65% of the votes. After his victory speech, he took questions from reporters and later spoke to supporters waiting outside the event.
Mr. Cameron spoke to reporters about his election as the new head of the Conservative Party and opposition leader in Parliament. In his remarks he outlined his visions for future policy positions, the appeal of the Conservative message, and the party’s chances to regain power in future elections. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- David Cameron Leader, House of Commons United Kingdom->Witney
- David Davis Member, House of Commons United Kingdom->Haltemprice and Howden
- Michael Howard Leader, House of Commons United Kingdom->Folkestone and Hythe
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