Friday 8 May 2015

David Cameron Is PM Again

David Cameron has told voters the UK is on the "brink of something special" as he promised to deliver on all election pledges, including an EU referendum and powers for Scotland.

In an extraordinary General Election, which claimed the scalps of three party leaders within 52 minutes, the Conservatives confounded expectations to win outright, returning Mr Cameron to Number 10.
Speaking on the steps of Downing Street after a meeting with the Queen at Buckingham Palace, Mr Cameron vowed to be the party of the "working people".
And he pledged to "govern as a party of one nation, one United Kingdom" with more powers for Scotland, in a response to the rise of the SNP, which brings with it the threat of another independence vote and claims that the Conservative Government will have "no legitimacy in Scotland". 
The Prime Minister also said he would deliver on the promised referendum of Britain's continued membership of the European Union 2017.

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