'I did not have text-ual relations with that man..David Cameron'
Theresa May trashes claims she's been taking tips from her predecessor
The nation's top political journalists seem to have confused real life with a US comedy show after claiming that Theresa May has been getting advice from David Cameron on how to handle Brexit.
ITV's Robert Peston started the ball rolling when he claimed Cameron was 'back seat driving' Brexit. That story was initially backed up by the BBC. However when asked about it in the House of Commons by Lib Dem Layla Moran the Prime Minister insisted Cameron was "not advising" her and that she hasn't spoken to him for a month.
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