CAMERON ACCEPTS ‘UNUSUAL’ FOREIGN SECRETARY ROLE, COMMITS TO PM SUNAK’S TEAM Cameron left Downing Street in 2016 after a BREXIT referendum failed to back Remain
Former British Prime Minister David Cameron admitted his new position as the UK’s foreign secretary wasn’t “usual”, but hoped his experience in office would prove useful in his current role.
It is a definite shift to the centre to appoint Cameron into the cabinet, especially as he is not a current MP, nor until recently was he a member of the House of Lords. He was hurriedly given a hereditary title on Monday, but we now have a Prime Minister and a Foreign Secretary who have not been voted into office by the British People in any Election
According to leaked WhatsApp messages between members of a grassroots Conservative organisation leaked to Sky News, the sacking of Suella Braverman means “suicide” for the Tory party and Rishi Sunak has just “thrown the election away”
However, Cameron reaffirmed his loyalty to current Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, even after previously being dismissive of his leadership.
Cameron left Downing Street in 2016 after his big gamble to hold a referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union backfired and brought his six-year term as prime minister to an end.
The speaker of the House of Commons Lindsay Hoyle has asked the question of the House of Commons, “How a peer of the House of Lords sit on the front benches of the House of Commons at all, and be answerable to the House?”. This is not totally unknown in British history but some say it’s a failure of the British Democratic Parliamentary process.
Let’s hear from David Cameron and the Speaker of the House of Commons Lindsay Hoyle