QUENTIN LETTS Lord Dave contemplates a potential Cameron vs Starmer election while facing the Lords European affairs committee Tory majority 25, I reckon

QUENTIN LETTS Lord Dave contemplates a potential Cameron vs Starmer election while facing the Lords European affairs committee Tory majority 25, I reckon

Euroscepticism Echoed in Unexpected Quarters

David Cameron’s recent appearance before the Lords European affairs committee sent shockwaves through the corridors of Westminster.

Facing a committee predominantly inclined towards a pro-EU stance, Cameron’s Euroscepticism took center stage, painting an intriguing picture against the committee’s heavily Remain-leaning composition.

An Unlikely Gathering

The committee, chaired by Lord Ricketts, adorned with staunch pro-Brussels figures, provided a striking backdrop to Cameron’s unexpectedly pro-Brexit stance.

The assembly featured a colorful ensemble, including former diplomats, political defectors, and strong anti-Brexit voices, with a lone advocate for Brexit, Norman Lamont, amidst a sea of contrasting opinions.

Sharp Contrasts and Sly Jabs

In this clash of ideologies, Cameron skillfully maneuvered, subtly contrasting his views with those of the committee.

He underscored the UK’s decision to exit the EU, emphasizing the need to leverage this newfound sovereignty, a stance met with evident displeasure among the committee members more aligned with EU inclinations.

Diplomatic Dance and Weighty Remarks

Throughout the session, Cameron maintained an air of diplomacy, deftly navigating discussions about international trade partnerships and the UK’s stance in global dialogues.

Amidst the exchange, there were hints of humor and some well-placed jabs at the more pro-EU members, showcasing Cameron’s adeptness in maintaining a poised but pointed argument.

Cameron Unleashed

While discussing post-PM life, Cameron revealed a sense of relief at no longer being tied to EU summits, hinting at the liberation felt post-Brexit.

His finesse in handling the committee’s queries and his seamless blend of centrist views with distinctly Tory arguments left little room for critique.

A Whiff of Hypotheticals

And yet, in a rare moment of contemplation, Cameron paused, almost letting slip a whimsical thought about his past prime ministerial role.

As discussions around potential future elections surfaced, one couldn’t help but wonder about a hypothetical showdown between Cameron and Starmer.

The outcome? A tantalizing question hanging in the air, sparking speculation about a potential Tory resurgence.

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