David Cameron has reportedly finished writing his memoirs on his time as Prime Minister.
The tell-all book about Mr Cameron’s time in Number 10 is set to be published at the end of September to coincide with the Conservative Party Conference.
According to reports, the book was originally due to be released last year, but the former PM has chosen to wait until after Brexit.
Mr Cameron, who reportedly bought a £25,000 shepherd’s hut as a writing room, has also apparently suffered from writer’s block.
The book, published by William Collins, is said to be “a frank and personal account of David Cameron’s time in power in Number 10 Downing Street.”
When the deal with William Collins was first announced, it said publication was expected in 2018.
The book will apparently address key issues and decisions Mr Cameron made as Prime Minister, including reforms to the economy, welfare and education, the bombing of Libya, and the Parliamentary vote on Syria, as well as the Scottish and European referendum campaigns.
At the time, Mr Cameron said: “It was an immense privilege to lead the Conservative Party for more than a decade and the country for over 6 years as Prime Minister.
“I am looking forward to having the opportunity to explain the decisions I took and why I took them. I will be frank about what worked and what didn’t.”