David Cameron was re-elected MP for Witney on May 7th 2015 with 35201 votes, taking 60.2% of the vote.
He was elected Leader of the Conservative Party in December 2005. He became prime minister after the 2010 election, starting a coalition government with the Liberal Democrats. In 2015 he retained the office and, with a greater majority than the one gained in 2010, he was able to start a government without the help of Liberal Democrats. With the 2015 UK general election David Cameron became the first Prime Minister to be re-elected immediately after a full term with a larger popular vote share since 1900 and the only Prime Minister other than Margaret Thatcher to be re-elected immediately after a full term with a greater number of seats to-date.
David, Samantha and their three young children live in London and West Oxfordshire, where he has been MP for Witney since 2001.
Before he became an MP, David worked in business and government. He worked as a Special Adviser in government, first to the Chancellor of the Exchequer and then to the Home Secretary. Afterwards he spent seven years at Carlton Communications, one of the UK's leading media companies, and served on the management Board.
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