June 12, 2024
How Cameron, living in Notting Hill, is utterly detached from reality
It is too early to predict what will happen on October 31 but those of us he despised may yet have the last laugh.
It is too early to predict what will happen on October 31 but those of us he despised may yet have the last laugh.

David Cameron tells us that he regrets holding a referendum on EU membership because it did not yield the result he wanted. So much for democracy. With the publication of his memoirs, both his character and his premiership are attracting close scrutiny but there has been little recognition of his major fault: he is probably the most precipitate mortal I’ve ever met.

He was criticised on three separate occasions by judges for his premature pronouncements on guilt or innocence in the cases of Peter Cruddas, Nigella Lawson and Andy Coulson. He rushed into similar pronouncements on MPs caught up in the expenses scandal without even the most rudimentary investigations.

He decided to introduce gay marriage without any prior consultation, hugely upset his party in the country with whole branches collapsing and alienated a majority of his MPs who proceeded to vote against it. 

The issue here is not whether he was right or wrong but the bull-in-a-china-shop approach, which he apparently later regretted. 

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See Also:

(1) David Cameron admits the ONE condition Leave would have won by even bigger majority

(2) David Cameron sparks Queen FURY as he gifts SNP ‘proof’ of royal and government stitch up

(3) Angela Merkel health: German leader forced to sit breaking protocol amid ‘shaking’ mystery

(4) Brexit Party surge: Farage’s ‘cunning plan’ to secure a no deal Brexit revealed by expert

(5) John Major in ‘extraordinary intervention’ – Boris to be accused of betrayal


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