Up for watering down are the Hunting Act, Trade Union Rights and the Human Rights Act; add to that Social Security which was ravaged in the emergency budget last week and it does not take a genius to work out Cameron's plans for the next five years.
In 2013, mainly with the help of Labour leader Ed Miliband, parliament scuppered Cameron's plans to join the US launching air strikes into Syria.
It was a popular decision as the British people have neither the stomach, nor if austerity is the name of the game, the funds for another war.
Not so very long ago the west was calling rebels in Syria the real government of that country. The west was keen to help these rebels come terrorists come revolutionaries to overthrown the Assad government.
Then the antagonists fractured into groups, some taking a wealth of weapons supplied by the west, and turned on all and sundry.
Syria continues to struggle along as a broken country with no peace in sight.
Since the 2013 'No vote' in British parliament we have all watched with horror footage of beheadings, atrocities against gays and non-Muslims and experienced a wave of terror attacks in the Middle East and at home.
Will bombing raids by the west in Syria help the people of Syria? How many civilians will be caught up in such bombing missions? Will such raids defeat Islamic State or make new terrorists happy to take part and achieve 'martyrdom'?
The west at time of writing refuses to liaise with President Assad of Syria and help remove IS terrorists from that country or elsewhere.
If we are truly committed to stopping Islamic State we would surely be prepared to join forces with the Syrian leader and his forces.
But from day one we have had our own agenda in Syria which includes ousting President Assad.
David Cameron would do well to talk to the British people and parliament before he lets his mouth run off in an interview with NBC.
As Cameron's NBC interview was reported in the UK Lord Richards, former chief of defence staff was appearing on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show and he called for a new "grand strategy" to defeat IS, saying the UK should get on a "war footing".
BBC News reports "Mr Cameron is due to use a speech on Monday to warn young Britons tempted to join IS fighters they will end up as little more than "cannon fodder". "If you are a boy, they will brainwash you, strap bombs to your body and blow you up. If you are a girl, they will enslave and abuse you," he will say."
The west helped open a Pandora's Box in the Middle East; there is no going back but do we really want another war?
Footnote: If the US and its allies were hoping the nuclear deal this week would bring that country onside in the fight against Islamic State they were wrong-France 24 reports "Nuclear deal will not alter Iran's policy toward ‘arrogant’ US, says Khamenei."
The numbers simply do not add up and British people are facing heavy austerity measures post May 2015 if the Tories are returned to office.
His arrogance, distraction or cunning has been in play for some time. It seems to be Cameron's 2015 election strategy.
Consider the time wasted on trying to get Cameron to take part in televised election debates in the UK. Ultimately he gave a little but he was never gracious only arrogant.
That stance may appeal to hardline right wing voters but whatever his plan Cameron is managing to turn attention away from crucial election issues in the UK.