David Cameron at TEDHelen Walters
British party politics took the stage at TED yesterday. Not in Long Beach, but in London, from where Conservative party leader David Cameron filmed a surprise segment. It was a good get for TED and a coup for Cameron, who follows in the footsteps of the current Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, who spoke at TED Global in Oxford last year. Cameron gave a smooth presentation, dashed with the prerequisite self-deprecation and disdain for his own profession that politicians like to trot out for their audiences these days. And he outlined a plan to harness the information technology revolution in the name of remaking society.
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