Former Prime Minister David Cameron has given his opinion on what MPs should do next, urging MPs to reject No Deal and vote for an extension to Article 50. With advice like that, no wonder he got left with a crap EU deal that was strongly rejected.
Cameron welcomed Theresa May’s “close partnership deal” and said: “Obviously what needs to happen next is to rule out No Deal that would be a disaster for our country and seek an extension.
“And I’m sure that’s what’s going to happen next.”
"We can't go on with the situation where the people who want Brexit keep voting against it" Former PM @David_Cameron says no deal should be ruled out and an extension to Article 50 agreed.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) March 13, 2019
Cameron also takes shot at pro-Brexit MPs who rejected May’s £39 billion EU backstop trap. Holding your nerve for a better outcome is a much better idea than rolling over like the former Remainer PM did when he managed to get absolutely nothing from the European Union.