He was then appointed Managing Secretary of Royal Birkdale GC, his dream job in 1999.
If you’re not used to it, it can feel a little strange or even ridiculous to talk dirty to someone over the telephone.
But it's a moment for the whole country to reflect on the incredible service and sacrifice and dedication that the Armed Forces give on our behalf.' Mr Cameron defended Britain's continuing involvement, stressing: 'We are paying a high price for keeping our country safe, for making our world a safer place and we should keep asking why we are there and how long we must be there.
The latest Marine to die, who is yet to be named, served with 40 Commando and suffered severe injuries when he was struck by an improvised explosive device in the Taliban stronghold of Sangin on June 12.
Troops were sent to Afghanistan in the wake of Al Qaeda's attacks on the U. in September 2001 to unseat the Taliban, who were sheltering the perpetrators.
However, critics say that rather than bringing democracy to the country, Western troops are helping prop up a corrupt president, Hamid Karzai, while Al Qaeda has decamped across the border to Pakistan. the Government should now admit there is no justification for British troops to be in Afghanistan and bring them home.' The Tory-Lib Dem coalition has insisted it will not cut and run, although Mr Cameron has said he wants military operations to go ' further and faster' in the hope of an early phased reduction of forces.