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David Cameron thinks he is born to rule, says John Bercow

WorldNews Sunday, 10 November 2019
David Cameron thinks he is born to rule, says John BercowThe former Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, has stoked his longstanding feud with David Cameron, saying the former Tory prime minister feels he is “born to rule” and has a “probably public-school-instilled” sense of his own superiority. In an exclusive interview with the Observer that will be published on Sunday morning, Bercow also suggests Cameron called the 2016 Brexit referendum for selfish political...
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