Theresa May will have to "listen to other parties" as she reviews her Brexit strategy in the wake of the election, David Cameron has said.
The Financial Times reported the former PM saying there would be pressure for a "softer" exit from the EU after his party did not win an election majority.
Following on from my "would GIna MIller please piss off" and Blair's getting involved in Brexit threads, Cameron is at it now.
Now perhaps Blair, Miller, Cameron, Cleggy (remember him...) and all the others can't read, but we had a referenced on whether the UK wanted to remain or leave the UK. By a majority, the UK voted to leave.
What the hell is Cameron and the others up to? Rhetorical question, obviously they're trying to block Brexit.
Just because Mrs "strong and stable" did not get a majority in the election , does not mean that the UK has changed its mind over Brexit. Why are they linking the two things together? There are probably many reasons why may didn't get her majority, hint: it maybe something to do with grey haired people, but that is totally separate to Brexit. I see no evidence that the UK has changed its mind over Brexit, do you?
Please Cameron, go back to the lecture circuit with Blair, earns yours millions and leave us alone.