Cameron may have fought Brexit. But it was his policies that made it happen | John Harris

Politics The Guardian

Though he now styles himself as the failed pioneer of a softer politics, he can’t escape responsibility for austerity Here he comes, wielding the delayed memoirs that will finally go on sale on Thursday, about to star in the two-part BBC documentary that premieres the same day, and committed to the bare minimum of public appearances. In the midst of such a huge national mess, David Cameron seems to be fulfilling a role that will be familiar to any devotee of country music or TV soap opera: that of the estranged, emotionally constipated husband, who left behind the domestic carnage he created …

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