Just some of the multitude of responses on twitter responding to the supposed ‘Cameron told friends’ thing used by sneaky PR people to test the water. The response was not ‘come in the water’s lovely’ as we would expect but **** *** and many other of a similar type.
The best though were the thought through ones….
Are the David Cameron and Tracey Crouch stories specifically out there today to cover the Arron Banks story up? Feels like it, especially the Cameron one. #r4today
— Daniel Grigg (@Daniel_Grigg) November 2, 2018
Rumour has it that David Cameron would like to return to front line politics.
My sense of delicacy & good taste PREVENTS me from articulating
a *direction of travel*
So I shall simply ponder on the NATO phonetic alphabet :
— Clare Hepworth OBE (@Hepworthclare) November 2, 2018
— Harry Leslie Smith (@Harryslaststand) November 2, 2018
If David Cameron is that 'bored shitless' he could go and volunteer at any of the FOUR foodbanks in his former Witney constituency. Perhaps would serve as some form of reparation for his part in the scale of their need in the first place. 🤔
— Jack Monroe (@BootstrapCook) November 2, 2018
David Cameron wants to return to front line politics. Pretty sure he should get the job of "minister of the absolute dickhead who got us into this nonsense by doing a shite referendum to get racists to vote tory" or just Brexit secretary or whatever
— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) November 1, 2018
Amber Rudd and David Cameron being offered absolution by our glorious 'free' press and yet another blame-the-faceless-officials report.
They took full responsibility when they resigned, but it seems decency and honesty is fleeting in the Tory Party.
They think we are goldfish.
— Helen the Zen (@helenmallam) November 2, 2018
why don’t they make David Cameron the editor of the Waitrose magazine and that will tie up this week nicely
— Mollie Goodfellow (@hansmollman) November 1, 2018