I CANNOT be alone in wondering at the sudden resurrection of David Cameron after three years out in the wilderness, wanting to return to the political fold and bleating his pennyworth just as his memoirs are about to hit the bookshop shelves.

I can only think it is he who wants to ruffle a few feathers, seeing himself as the David and Boris as the Goliath to bring him down before the October Brexit deadline.

Might it not have been far better for all concerned if after the result of the 2016 referendum he had stayed, steered the ship and weathered the storm to sort out his own mess of calling the referendum in the first place, than trying to make headlines to bring himself back into the political limelight again?

Alison Porter, Darlington