Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street


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Meet the Prime Minister

David Cameron

David Cameron became Prime Minister after the General Election in May 2010. He was elected Leader of the Conservative Party in December 2005.

The coalition

The coalition government

David Cameron leads a Conservative / Liberal Democrat coalition. He chairs Cabinet which meets in 10 Downing Street.

History and tour

Anthony Seldon

Guest contributors

10 Downing Street vies with the White House as being the most important political building anywhere in the world in the modern era.

The door of Number 10 Downing Street

Behind the black door

275 years of history is behind the famous black door of 10 Downing Street. Learn about past events and take a tour through the office and official home of the Prime Minister.

Margaret Thatcher

Past Prime Ministers

52 Prime Ministers helped shape the history of the United Kingdom. Learn about the lives they lived and the legacies they left behind.

Big society awards

Group of Big Society Award winners

The Big Society is about moving power away from central government and giving it to local communities and individuals. It has been created to recognise individuals, groups or organisations that are demonstrating the Big Society in their work or activities.

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