David Cameron’s Favourite Past Prime Minister
My favourite Prime Minister is this man right here, Winston Churchill, He was an incredible leader for our country, and indeed the whole free world at the most impossibly difficult time. Just a few yards away from here is the Cabinet Room, and Winston Churchill, as Prime Minister sat in that Cabinet Room, and decided, with his colleagues, to fight on against Nazi Germany and Hilter, even after France had fallen. That was a heroic decision, a right decision, and actually meant the world was saved from Nazi tyranny. It was the most important moment in British history, and I think it’s because of his courage and guts that we made the right call. NEWS READER: “Behind Winston Churchill we stand united as never before in history.” Well, obviously, he came to office in 1940, at a desperately difficult time; France was about to fall, the war was going extraordinarily badly from Britain’s point of view, Hitler was rampant across Europe. It looked like the end for the free world, the end for Britain, and the end for Churchill too. But he showed incredible bravery, incredible courage at bringing the nation together, forging a courageous spirit, taking on Hitler, and eventually winning. So it was a very difficult time for Britain, a time when you needed the best possible leader, the most courageous possible leader to come forward, and in Winston Churchill we were incredibly fortunate to have that man.