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David Cameron's tutor dies after contracting coronavirus Prof Peter Sinclair was "one of the kindest, as well as one of the cleverest people I ever met," the former PM says

David Cameron pays heartfelt tribute to his former Oxford University tutor who died from coronavirus

It's the end of days. This from yesterday's Mail: Try award-winning presenter and bestselling author James O’Brien’s one-on-one conversations with names such as Ricky Gervais, David Cameron, Prue Leith, Sharon Horgan, Tony Blair and Paloma Faith. More than 40 are available.

Professor who taught David Cameron dies after contracting coronavirus

David Cameron pays heartfelt tribute to his former Oxford University tutor who died from coronavirus

One of David Cameron's mentors has died from coronavirus

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David Cameron pays tribute to ‘extraordinary’ mentor who has died from coronavirus

David Cameron's former tutor dies after contracting coronavirus

@BorisJohnson  Interesting to see Boris Johnson using David Cameron’s “there is such a thing as society” post-Thatcherite phrase

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Today’s PMQs will be Jeremy Corbyn’s last as Labour leader He’s stood opposite David Cameron for 29, Theresa May for 93 and this will be his 14th against Boris Johnson

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‘David Cameron made the referendum policy because he didn’t want to risk losing 10 or 15 seats to UKIP and look where it has got us’ This 16-year-old says the Conservative Party are responsible for Brexit. #bbcqt 

Maybe you voted for David Cameron. Maybe you voted for Theresa May. How did that pan out? Don't make the same mistake again...

David Cameron committed to a Brexit referendum in 2013. I see he is still claiming - as he did at the time - that there was some sort of public clamour for one. Wrong now as it was then. Brexit was only ever about the Tory party’s internal psychodramas.

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In my 4+ years opposing David Cameron I never saw a parliamentary performance like tonight’s from Boris Johnson: deeply irresponsible, stoking division, using dangerous, inflammatory language, fanning the flames of hatred. This is not about right and left but right and wrong.

David Cameron just said he was "very proud" of how Iain Duncan Smith cut social security for those who need our help the most. Millions are living in poverty, foodbank use has soared and some have died after being deemed "fit for work". The Tories don't and never did care.

David Cameron: "Thank you very much........................doo, doo, doo, doo. Right...Good." (The End)

You know it's bad when you're not celebrating David Cameron resigning

David Cameron has decided not to attend tonight’s debate. If you're applying for the job of PM, you should turn up to the job interview.

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