100 Days Of Cameron: Analyzing The British PM's Second Term
It's been 100 days since David Cameron's second term began. What has the Conservative majority accomplished so far?By Matt Picht | August 16, 2015
It's been about 100 days since David Cameron shocked the pollsters and won a second term as prime minister outright, gaining enough support to form a slim majority in Parliament.
Cameron's promises to cut government spending and taxes have largely panned out. Then-Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne managed to cut enough spending to offer some modest tax relief and still promise a budget surplus by 2020.