David Cameron agrees nuclear deal with India against official advice - Telegraph I posted this story up because I wonder just what Cameron's game is. He seems to be saying all that is necessary to all his international audiences to get Britain some more kudos, followed by trade. Could it be that Mr David Cameron is acting on the principle that anything that is good for British business and interests overseas is good enough for government foreign policy? Could it be that Mr Cameron and the Conservatives have finally grown a big enough set of nuts to say to our so-called 'allies' in the US that we will follow our own foreign policy for the betterment of Britain, pretty much regardless of the US take on the matter? Could it be that we are actually getting a 'Britain First' foreign policy for the first time in 70 years?