Ex-PM Cameron adds to calls for 'softer' Brexit

Urging PM to talk to other parties

Natalie Kenway
Former PM David Cameron

Former PM David Cameron

Former Prime Minister David Cameron has urged Theresa May to work with other political parties as he said the UK should adopt a "softer" approach to Brexit", echoing calls from City leaders yesterday.

Cameron told a business conference in Poland that PM May should "listen to other parties" on how to leave the EU, while also saying May was right to remain in office despite losing her parliamentary majority in last week's snap elections. She has since sought a deal with Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) to form a minority government. Investment Week's Brexit Crib Sheet: All the key stories as Article 50 triggered On Brexit, Cameron said: "It is going to be difficult, there is no doubt about that, but perhaps an opportunity to consult more widely with the other parties on how ...

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