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UK Prime Minister David Cameron surprised pundits by winning an overall majority (photo: dpa)

Cameron’s challenges after polls victory: Europe, Scotland and Britain’s world role

UK Prime Minister David Cameron celebrated after winning a largely unexpected victory in the UK general election, but the prime minister’s wafer-thin majority means that introducing his policies is a threat from both his political opponents and the rebels within his own Conservative Party. There is cross-party concern about the nation’s role in the world in light of recent budget cuts, and he faces challenges over Britain staying in Europe – and Scotland staying in the UK.

DAVID Cameron shocked the pollsters and pundits when he led his Conservative Party to victory in the May 2015 UK General...

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 Luke Coffey
The Government’s official position is that the UK’s interests are best served by remaining in a ‘reformed’ EU and Mr Cameron has already started his ‘European tour’ to convince his counterparts
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