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392. The Prime Minister Who Cried Brexit

392. The Prime Minister Who Cried Brexit

Update: 2019-10-1039
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In 2016, David Cameron held a referendum on whether the U.K. should stay in the European Union. A longtime Euroskeptic, he nevertheless led the Remain campaign. So what did Cameron really want? We ask him that and much more — including why he left office as soon as his side lost and what he’d do differently if given another chance. (Hint: not much.)

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Bruno AP

brexit is the best thing that happened in the recent history of GB, hope more countries do the same!

Oct 14th
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lzk222

Cameron 2020 plz

Oct 11th
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Sir NelsonG

You already had special position on EU, and economy was great. He just admitted is that internal policies failed not UE. You where just plain greedy. Now everything is more expensive, companies are failing the pound is weak well done.

Oct 11th
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Ben Snow

Please mention the pigs head incident.....

Oct 10th
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392. The Prime Minister Who Cried Brexit

392. The Prime Minister Who Cried Brexit