Cameron campaigns against ‘extreme Brexit’

Former Prime Minister David Cameron has said that a big win for Theresa May will allow her to ‘stand up to people who want an extreme Brexit either here or in Brussels’.

While campaigning in Cheshire, Mr. Cameron told an interviewer:

‘This is one of the most defining elections I can remember, where it’s so important that the Conservatives win, and win well’

He also went on to criticise Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, calling him ‘completely unsuitable for the job’.

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has attacked Mr. Cameron’s Brexit comments, saying ‘The mask slips. Cameron’s comments are exactly what we thought all along’.

‘Mrs May is a remainer at heart, and this election is all about ensuring that she has a majority of lobby fodder to force through a soft meaningless Brexit against the wishes of the British people’.

100 word news by The Hooting Times

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