After three years in which it has been relatively disappeared, the former prime minister of the United Kingdom David Cameron returns to occupy front pages in the british press and to grab media attention. The responsible of the referendum on the Brexit will be held is in full promotion of his memoir, "For the record", which tells of both personal aspects of your life as others linked with the sand polítiac and the consultation that led to the desire to break with the European Union. In the middle of a drip of statements, which are picking up more dust are those that are linked with the Queen Elizabeth II .
Cameron, as was learned yesterday, has asked the Queen for help to prevent that the referendum on independence for Scotland will result in a victory of the separatists. Shortly after, Isabella II was suggested to the citizens that " think carefully in the future " at the time of voting, which was understood as a gesture in favor of maintaining the union of the country. To preserve the image of impartiality of the monarch, Buckingham palace denied that there was political intent in that comment, as we are reminded by "The Telegraph".
The revelation of that request has not made any grace in the Palace of Bunkingham, which fears that Elizabeth II is getting too much exposed because of the Brexit, and yesterday, in a rare gesture, noted his "disgust" with the words of Cameron. However, things have not remained there.
As informs today "The Times", the former prime minister returned to speak yesterday and revealed that the Queen, who is now 93 years old, driving " at full speed " and is proud of being the only woman "who has been in the car with the King of Saudi Arabia". Cameron appreciated the expertise of the steering wheel and heard those comments during a visit that he made to Elizabeth II at Balmoral castle, located in Scotland.Updated Date: 21 September 2019, 06:01