Cameron comeback as Foreign Sec ‘like a relegation side calling for Allardyce’
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    David Cameron has made an unlikely Westminster comeback after Suella Braverman was sacked.

    The former Prime Minister was spotted heading into Downing Street this morning following the axing of the former Tory Home Secretary this morning (Monday, November 13). She has since been replaced by James Cleverly, with Cameron now named Foreign Secretary.

    In order to fill the role, Cameron – who hasn't been an MP since 2016 – has reportedly taken a peerage, making him eligible for a seat in the House of Lords or serve a ministerial role if selected by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

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    Social media users were quick to comment on the appointment of the new cabinet member, with one writing: "Cameron going to No. 10 smacks of a relegation threatened club getting on the phone to Sam Allardyce."

    Cameron stepped down from his role as PM after his Brexit Remain campaign proved unsuccessful, but not before he made a stir in government. The former top politician made headlines after his X-rated dalliance with a dead pig while studying at Oxford University.

    According to the unofficial autobiography Call Me Dave by Michael Ashcroft and Isabel Oakeshott, Cameron once inserted "a private part of his anatomy" into the swine's inanimate mouth.

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    In 2016 the ex-PM also admitted to making thousands of pounds after he profited off a Panama-based offshore trust set up by his late dad. The PM said he held the shares with wife Samantha from 1997, including during his time as leader of the opposition.

    He made some £19,000 after selling the shares in January 2010. Cameron’s father, Ian, was just one of were among the tens of thousands of people implicated in the tax evasion scandal.

    The news comes after polarising MP Braverman was sacked from her post as Home Secretary following backlash from Brits. Braverman, who was likened to Disney villain Cruella de Vil, became well-known for her controversial policies and statements.

    Last week she made a bid to ban homeless people from sheltering in tents and brazenly claimed those living on the streets were doing so as a "lifestyle choice."

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    She has been one of the most vocal supporters of a scheme which would see asylum seekers shipped off to Rwanda, an idea dreamed up during the Boris Johnson era. In October 2022, when she was home secretary under Liz Truss's government, Braverman was filmed saying it was her "dream" to see refugees flown to the central African nation.

    The ex-Home Secretary also said environmental protests were the fault of her opposition, which she dubbed: "The coalition of chaos – it's the Guardian-reading, tofu-eating wokerati." She later made an attempt to ban protests.

    Braverman called her old job the "greatest privilege of her life." She continued: "I will have more to say in due course."

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