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The shamelessness of David Cameron

14 May 2021

4:28 PM

14 May 2021

4:28 PM

I’m almost starting to admire David Cameron. Almost.

There is something that borders on the impressive about the former prime minister’s dedication to the destruction of his own reputation. He may have been a casually idle premier, but he’s really rolled up his sleeves and got stuck into the job of trashing his own name.

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