Cameron 'not chillaxed over referendum loss'

Cameron 'not chillaxed over referendum loss'
 

David Cameron's former media chief, Sir Craig Oliver, has defended his ex-boss's decision to call the EU referendum, calling it "inevitable".
He said the ex-prime minister had to hold the vote to overcome threats from UKIP and rebellious Conservative MPs.
The 23 June vote went against Mr Cameron and he resigned the next day.
His apparent calm afterwards showed his "instinct was to be the leader" and not a case of "being chillaxed about it", Sir Craig told an audience in London.
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14 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 50
Source: BBC
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