Cameron’s anger summarized in his newly published memoirs

Careron had hoped that the outcome of the referendem would help him in his political career, it turned out differently. Now he is going on a blame by blaming Johson and others for the same thing he did. The result of the referedem must be respected, so departure with or without desal. It will certainly work out better for GB because the EU hangs like a millstone on the neck of British prosperity, expensive uselessness, and a waste of money of the worst kind in which Berlin and Paris want to play the first violl, and take the jobs and benefits to themselves know in the first place. 75 Years after WW2 they still seem to have learned nothing from the causes of the start of WW 2, I am very sorry about that.

Observer

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