Freshly out of parliament it’s Cameron speech payday time as the former Prime Minister branches out into the world of public speaking to pay his way in the world.
A well-timed David Cameron speech laid out the argument for keeping the Union when he spoke at a conference at the former Olympic VeloPark in the Lee Valley, London.
An economy speech by the Prime Minister in Keighley, West Yorkshire bristled with rhetoric and the Cameron public speaking skills we expect. only to be undone by the censure of the economists at the Office for Budget Responsibility.
The waiting game was over as the Prime Minister gave his long-awaited Europe speech yesterday in front of an audience of selected business types and the media. Rich in technique and artistry, this lengthy speech proved well-constructed and passionately delivered.
In his leader’s speech at the close of the 2012 Conservative party conference in Birmingham the Prime Minister, David Cameron, used his title, Britain Can Deliver, to set out an argument for how Britain can be world-competitive in the years ahead.
Both the Mayor of London and the Prime Minister gave Paralympics speeches with contrasting styles at the ceremonial lighting of the London 2012 Paralympic Games cauldron in a short ceremony in Trafalgar Square.
A benefits reform speech at the Bluewater shopping centre in Kent was designed to set out the Government’s proposals for benefits reform. It did just that and also aimed to set clear blue water between Conservative policies and those of their coalition partners and the Labour opposition before the next election.