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David Cameron

He’s a famous Old Etonian. He went to Oxford University. And he’s awfully posh. David Cameron was the UK’s 52nd prime minister.

In May 2010, David Cameron became the UK’s new prime minister. At 44, he was the youngest prime minister since 1812 (when Robert Banks Jenkinson became prime minister); and he was six months younger than Tony Blair was when he entered Downing Street in 1997. But how did Cameron get there?

David Cameron was born on 9th October 1966. He was raised in a fabulously wealthy family. Mr Cameron has said he had a “happy childhood”, but one where there was no “whingeing”. At the age of seven, young Cameron was packed off to Heatherdown, an exclusive preparatory school, which counted Princes Edward and Andrew among its pupils. Then, following in the family tradition, came Eton – one of England’s most prestigious schools for boys.

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