DAVID Cameron suffered a hilarious ‘slip of the tongue’ This Morning with Phillip and Holly earlier today and gave his frank feelings about Boris Johnson’s infamous red bus.
The former Tory PM who got Britain out of recession and brought a bright booming economy – opened up about the Brexit referendum.
Cameron admitted that there was a “genuine” problem with the EU “changing before our eyes” and added that “we hadn’t had a vote” for over thirty years.
Appearing alongside his wife Samantha or ‘SamCam’ as the tabloid press dubber her Cameron added that when he saw Boris’ red bus he “shat” at the TV – it was a slip – and it send Holly, Phil and Sam into a fit of daytime TV giggles.
“We sh** at the telly,” He quickly changed it to “Shout, shout!”.
Phil joked: “You’ve never said that on Newsnight!”
On Brexit, the grey fox asked Cam: “We’ve all been left looking at you thinking ‘What the hell did you do to us?!'”
Cameron added that he accepted his “share of the problems” for what happened, but Phil continued by saying that the public had suffered through “three years of hiatus”.
Phil asked Cam: “Do you say sorry to those people?”
Cam hit back” “I’m deeply sorry to those people, If people had voted for the deal Theresa May put together we would be out of this by now.”
Phil asked: “What you were prepared to do was throw a grenade and run away.”
Cam responded: “I’m sorry that it came across that way,” Cameron responded. “I hated leaving the job.”
Cameron’s memoirs titled ‘For The Record’ are out now…