Dear **** Head,
I'd just start it, Dear Liar. Applies for all politicians :)
dear w a n ker
I would think ,"Dear Mr. Prime Minister".<br />
I love watching the House of Commons. They are so spirited. They are very vocal when they agree-reminds me of how I was raised in the south. On the other hand, American politicians are much more reserved, I think when listening to a speaker. Even if they agree, they will often just stare, and not speak out.
"*******" sounds about right... !
either "to the hon. David Cameron MP" or hey yo, wazzup davo
I would write, Mr David Cameron. I will address him personaly that way, and not what he symbolizes.That way, at least he wont think I'm a complete groveling arsehole when he tosses my letter into the bin before reading it.
Try Dear Sir;
The right honourable Prime Minister David Cameron..
Flip a coin. You'll be able to come up with a decision.
Probably Dear Prime Minister Cameron. But to be sure, I'd google it.