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David Cameron: Sometimes I’d turn around and wonder where Jeremy Corbyn was

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David Cameron: Sometimes I’d turn around and wonder where Jeremy Corbyn was

David Cameron: Sometimes I’d turn around and wonder where Jeremy Corbyn was

LBC’s Nick Ferrari interviews David Cameron about the EU referendum campaign and the subsequent, continuing years of political turmoil.

He also criticised Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, saying: “I was on the battle lines fighting as hard as I could and sometimes I’d turn around and wonder where Jeremy Corbyn was and I still wonder that today.”

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