David Cameron’s inglorious legacy – in 11 charts – the Independent

Here’s a must-read article from the Independent. It reports that David Cameron resigned as MP for Witney Monday, meaning his role in the House of Commons will end and a by-election will take place. The 11 charts are not dreamed up by populists, they are evidence of his legacy.

Source: David Cameron’s inglorious legacy – in 11 charts

Farewell to David Cameron, the Conservative leader who promised so much but he will be remembered for dodging the issues until they came crashing down.

No doubt Cameron, with his privileged background and connections, will be back on top in another field.

Surely we need political leaders who have experienced real life?

One response

  1. Dr Alf is correct we need leaders who can actually deliver things and deliver them on time and we need leaders who are capable of removing roadblocks to progress.
    David Cameron was never in that category because wealth,connections and marriage into one of the wealthiest families in the world,the Astors,made him soft and completely oblivious to the needs and aspirations of ordinary people.
    He was always trying to pretend that he had delivered when he hadn’t and worse than that he thought that people were so dense that he could by dint of fine words he could convince them that black was white.
    In an internet age that is a dangerous strategy because it is now easier than ever to look at a timeline of promises and compare what has and has not been done.
    Politicians the world over have to learn this lesson or find themselves on the wrong end of objective judgement,business people at CEO level and C suite level also have to learn this lesson as do public sector apparachiks in the NHS and local authorities.
    David Cameron didn’t learn this but will move on to earn vast sums of money because of his connections in the Bilderberg movement,the Club of Rome and by default similar bodies in America.

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