THERESA MAY BEGS CAMERON TO RECONSIDER AS GOVERNMENT NEEDS ALL THE BACKBENCH DISTRACTION IT CAN FIND
PM wants light to shine away from draconian policies
THERESA MAY IS TO plead with David Cameron to reconsider his decision to stand down as an MP to provide as much distraction from her bobbins government as possible.
Cameron stood down as an MP yesterday, triggering a by-election in his Oxfordshire seat of Witney.
Mr Cameron, 49, who resigned as prime minister after June's EU referendum, said he did not want to be a "distraction" for new PM Theresa May.
A senior aide to Theresa May said, "The PM feels that having the people around who have wrecked the Country helps to justify some of her draconian policies. It's this line of thinking that landed us with Boris Johnson as Foreign secretary.”