A friend once asked Margaret Thatcher what, if she had her time again, she would do differently. There was a thoughtful pause, then she answered: “I think I did pretty well the first time.” I don’t...
David CameronFor 3 years I have kept relatively quiet about politics. But I think it’s right former PMs write their memoirs, to explain what they did and why. For the Record is out Thursday. Serialisation starts in today’s @thetimes
The Department of Health and Social Care, NHS England and Genomics England today announced reaching the 50,000 whole human genome sequences landmark within the 100,000 Genomes Project. It is a milestone that sets the UK on track to fully realise the...
David CameronWe’re halfway there. The 100,000 Genomes Project I helped set up in 2013 has hit the 50,000 mark. More research means faster diagnosis and better treatment of people suffering from rare diseases and cancer. Well done, everyone - let’s keep going
David CameronDementia is not an inevitable part of ageing & we can crack it. This year’s @FT Seasonal Appeal is for Alzheimer’s research. I spoke to them this week on why research is so important & how @ARUKnews is leading the global fight against dementia
Like many 16-year-olds, Jess Oghenegweke didn’t have a clue what to do with her life. She was in what she calls “that transitional teenage period” where she knew she wanted to expand her horizons but felt too socially awkward to break out....
David CameronBuilding confidence, encouraging teamwork, developing resilience - @NCS has a profound impact on teens taking part
It's the start of a week when Britain will decide its future. By Friday you’ll either have Ed Miliband, or me as your Prime Minister. It's that simple - an inescapable choice: me leading a strong and...
David CameronBritain faces a simple and inescapable choice - stability and strong Government with me, or chaos with Ed Miliband