David Cameron


Random Ramblings

Today, (27th November), in the Rochester and Strood parliamentary constituency in the UK a by-election is taking place.  Nothing remarkable about this event you may say, and I would tend to agree with you.  EXCEPT, I believe that the Prime Minister, Conservative Party leader, David Cameron, has pleaded with non-Tory voters (Labour, Greens and Lib-Dems etc ) to vote for the Conservative candidate, purely and simply to prevent the United Kingdom Party (Ukip) candidate being voted into parliament! Wow, Mr Cameron, you claim to have been educated at Eton, butRead More

Random Ramblings


One of our Turkish-Cypriot friends recently visited a friend of hers who lives in our capital city, Lefkoşa.  While there her friend told her that a number of saplings had recently been planted in a local park.  As most trees are, compared with the life span of human beings, long-lived, the planting of a tree is an environmental salute to the wellbeing of future generations of human beings.  Indeed, this eco-friendly action is even more laudable if the trees planted are either of a local variety, or if not, stillRead More

Cameron asks whether Cyprus can have an exclusive economic zone before the solution of the Cyprus problem

It was reported that during the EU summit in Brussels,  where Greek Cypriot leader Nikos Anastasiadis could not attend due to his illness, UK Prime Minister David Cameron asked “Can Cyprus have an Exclusive Economic Zone before the solution of the  Cyprus problem?” and opposed to the Exclusive Economic Zone unilaterally declared by Greek Cypriot Administration in the Eastern Mediterranean. The Greek Cypriot daily Fileleftheros gave the news with the headlines “London and Ankara hand in hand… Cameron objected to the Exclusive Economic Zone of Cyprus Republic at the EURead More

Random Ramblings

I was intrigued and somewhat confused by a photograph and an article in the UK newspaper “Daily Mail” of Tuesday, 14th October.  The British Prime Minister, David Cameron posed for a photograph with a group of local Morris dancers, who had (following centuries old tradition), “blacked up” by smearing their faces with a soot-like substance. Should any readers be unfamiliar with the term “Morris” dancers, it is generally accepted that “Morris” is a derivative of “Moorish”, which was the nationality of a nation of Arab Berbers who swept through NorthernRead More