DAVID CAMERON was quizzed by a Sky News reporter whether he felt “guilty” for calling the Brexit vote and was also asked what he made of the Prime Minister’s Brexit agreement.
Theresa May has stuck by her agreed Brexit deal with the European Union and is fighting to get the agreement through Parliament with the crucial meaningful vote on December 11. Former Prime Minister David Cameron was quizzed by a Sky News reporter over what he made of the deal, and whether he felt “guilty” for calling the referendum. The Sky News reporter said: “Good afternoon Mr Cameron, what do you make of the Prime Minister’s deal.”
The former prime minister quickly replied pointing out he was at an event to “talk about dementia”.
The Sky News reporter asked the former Conservative Party leader one more question, which was ignored, as he entered a building.
The journalist said: “Do you feel guilty at all Mr Cameron about the referendum?”
Sky News’ Political Editor Faisal Islam tweeted: “David Cameron didn’t want to discuss the PMs Brexit deal to Sky News Politics much earlier…”
Twitter users were quick to mock Mr Cameron with some claiming he was “running away”.
Another added: “He should feel both guilty & ashamed. I am astonished he has the gall to show his face in public.
“And even more astonished that anyone wants to hear him talk about anything. What a disaster.”