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David Cameron’s role is not his first job since stepping down as PM in 2016 [Image: Yves Herman/Reuters].

A couple of interesting comments about this turned up on Twitter.

Angela Rayner makes the correct connection – that Mr Cameron failed to achieve results for the UK when China wanted to flood the country with its cheap and shoddy steel:

But it’s Sarah Champion who puts it in the correct context, in the opinion of This Writer:

This rings true – and makes Mr Cameron deserving of our deepest suspicion.

He is serving China’s interests today – we know that.

The big question is, when did he start serving China’s interests?

David Cameron has taken a job leading a billion-dollar investment initiative agreed between the UK and China.

The former prime minister, who played a key role in efforts to boost trade links with Beijing while he was in Downing Street, will take charge of the £750m fund to improve roads, ports and rail networks between China and the countries it trades with.

Source: David Cameron to lead £750m UK-China investment initiative | Politics | The Guardian


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