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CAM BACK: Ex-PM David Cameron May Return To Politics – No10 Says ‘It’s Up To Him’

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 08: Prime Minister David Cameron leaves for Downing Street on May 8, 2015 in London, England. After the United Kingdom went to the polls in a closely fought General Election the Conservative party, led by David Cameron, are expected to be the winning party with support for both the Labour party and the Liberal Democrats falling away throughout the country. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

DOWNING Street says a return to frontline politics by David Cameron would be a matter for him.

The comments came after reports in The Sun that Dave wanted to make a political comeback potentially as ‘Foreign Secretary.’

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The 52-year-old ex-prime minister reportedly told friends he wanted to return to the front benches two years after leaving Downing Street in the wake of the Brexit vote.

Mr Cameron would not be against the idea of Cabinet recall in the government of whoever succeeds Theresa May as Prime Minister said The Sun.

A spokeswoman for Mrs May said: “Whether he chooses to seek to return to frontline politics or not is entirely a matter for him.”

The spokeswoman added the PM and Mr Cameron “often speak”.

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