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:sunglasses: 45.2 % ❤ 6.5 % :grinning: 38.7 % 🧥 6.5 % :shit: 3.2 %
By Andy McDandy
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Note his choice of role too. Foreign Secretary, because it's all beanos and jollies in sun kissed climes.

Fuck off back to your gypsy caravan at the bottom of your garden and carry on writing your fucking book that no cunt wants to read, then help your wife design a fucking envelope by drawing a fucking rectangle before fucking off down to some Cotswold farmers market to shove designer cheese down your fucking hole with that twat from Blur. You fuck.
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By Abernathy
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Cameron's people have denied the story. He might have been testing the water, but hopefully this shows the cunt that he retains his much deserved pariah status.

Still remember the cunt announcing that having fucked everything up regally, he was now baling out, then fucking humming to himself as he strolled back into number ten.
By Abernathy
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Boiler wrote:
Fri Nov 02, 2018 2:39 pm
Abernathy wrote:
Fri Nov 02, 2018 1:44 pm
Cameron's people have denied the story.
Link, perhaps?

Can't find one, but Jeremy Vine was reporting so this morning. Don't forget that the gammon robot has a book coming out next year.
By Big Arnold
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, David Cameron does not want a political comeback, say sources

Friends say ex-PM has been unhappy with speculation he wants to be foreign secretary
But the original story came from his "friends"! Why won't he speak for himself?

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... ay-friends
By Andy McDandy
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Tom Newton-Dunn, looking for a bit of gossip he can blow up into an exclusive.

"So Dave, ever fancy getting back in the game?"

"Well, maybe..."

"Foreign secretary, that'd be a laugh?"

"Well, if you say so..."

Job done.

He can fucking join them at the Cotswold cheddar fucking session.
By youngian
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Results so far make this piece of news unsurprising.
Theresa May is “regularly” seeking David Cameron’s advice about Brexit.

The prime minister has consulted her predecessor at least three times in recent months at crunch points in her negotiations with Brussels.

May spoke to Cameron ahead of the showdown with her cabinet at the Chequers summit in July and is understood to have encouraged him to sound out Boris Johnson about whether the then foreign secretary was going to support the deal and whether he would resign.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/ther ... -6s7pqhwsx
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