A customer in Foyles book store found a David Cameron autobiography with a fake cover which insulted the former prime minister and included 'reviews' from Judy Murray and Donald Trump
The former prime minister has also taken aim at Boris Johnson and Michael Gove in his memoir.
During an episode centred on Lisa Dingle's funeral, the long-running soap made time to pork fun at the former Prime Minister.
David Cameron called for “bonfire” of EU regulation and blasted “Euro red tape”, an archive file released under the 30-year rule has revealed.
The former Prime Minister sent them a text saying: ‘Is it too late to persuade you to stay?’
David Cameron has reportedly finished writing his memoirs, which are due to be published at the end of September to coincide with the Tory Party Conference.
David Cameron has been called in to advise Theresa May on her Brexit parliamentary strategy, it has been reported.
Former prime minister David Cameron says he is backing Theresa May in her bid to solve the Brexit problem.
If David Cameron were not so pedestrian and forgettable, he would make a fine Shakespearean tragedy. It is one of the occasional bits of political reporting which manages to unite nearly everyone, from Iain Duncan-Smith to Angela Rayner. What is it that makes other former prime ministers - like Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair - ‘divisive’ while he remains a unifier.
Former Prime Minister David Cameron's desire to return to frontline politics is dismissed as bizarre by political opponents
Mr Osborne said Remain supporters had been ‘too late in the day’ in explaining the benefits of EU membership.
Was David Cameron a good or bad prime minister? Blair was a highly deceitful and probably a mad prime minister, but beneath all the spin, there was a political idea. Blair in opposition talked of a third way in which the private sector would be unleashed and some of the profits siphoned off for public services and to help those on lower incomes.
Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell is angry at Sadiq Khan for sharing a platform with David Cameron on a campaign event for Remain. Nicola Sturgeon refuses to share a platform with Cameron too. “I have got no plans to share platforms with David Cameron or George Osborne or anybody else in the Conservative Party,” she told Sky News’s Murnaghan show last year, before stressing, seemingly without irony, that she would make “a very strong and very positive case for our membership of the European Union”.
There have been so many nonsensical arguments made about Europe by both the Leave and Remain camps that it’s sometimes exhausting just to keep track, but the ones being made by the prime minister are worthy of special attention. This morning, David Cameron and George Osborne delivered a one-two punch on jobs. While the chancellor warned that half a million jobs would be lost under Brexit, the prime minister said that Britain was just climbing out of recession.
Last night the leading presidential candidate for the Republican party used a televised debate to defend the size of his penis. In what has to be one of the lowest points of the entire race so far, Donald Trump told Fox News that he could “guarantee” he had no problem with the extent of his manhood. Luckily, British politics has not yet quite descended to that level (although last week the prime minister and MPs exchanged ‘your mum’ jokes in the House of Commons, so let’s not pat ourselves on the back too hard).