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It’s only three years since David Cameron resigned as prime minister, yet it feels like so much longer. Decades longer. Already he seems a relic of a distant age. Seeing him on TV again has been almost eerie. It’s as if the presenter has just said, “Coming up after the break, we’ll be chatting to Harold Macmillan”, or, “Call in now to put your question to the ghost of Anthony Eden.”

Today Mr Cameron, accompanied by his wife Samantha, went on ITV’s This Morning, to tell Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby about his memoirs. Straight away you could sense that this wasn’t entirely the David Cameron we used to know. There was something missing. His voice sounded the same – polished, patrician,...

It’s only three years since David Cameron resigned as prime minister, yet it feels like so much longer. Decades longer. Already he seems a relic of a distant age. Seeing him on TV again has been almost eerie. It’s as if the presenter has just said, “Coming up after the break, we’ll be chatting to Harold Macmillan”, or, “Call in now to put your question to the ghost of Anthony Eden.”

Today Mr Cameron, accompanied by his wife Samantha, went on ITV’s This Morning, to tell Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby about his memoirs. Straight away you could sense that this wasn’t entirely the David Cameron we used to know. There was something missing. His voice sounded the same – polished, patrician,...

It’s only three years since David Cameron resigned as prime minister, yet it feels like so much longer. Decades longer. Already he seems a relic of a distant age. Seeing him on TV again has been almost eerie. It’s as if the presenter has just said, “Coming up after the break, we’ll be chatting to Harold Macmillan”, or, “Call in now to put your question to the ghost of Anthony Eden.”

Today Mr Cameron, accompanied by his wife Samantha, went on ITV’s This Morning, to tell Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby about his memoirs. Straight away you could sense that this wasn’t entirely the David Cameron we used to know. There was something missing. His voice sounded the same – polished, patrician,...

It’s only three years since David Cameron resigned as prime minister, yet it feels like so much longer. Decades longer. Already he seems a relic of a distant age. Seeing him on TV again has been almost eerie. It’s as if the presenter has just said, “Coming up after the break, we’ll be chatting to Harold Macmillan”, or, “Call in now to put your question to the ghost of Anthony Eden.”

Today Mr Cameron, accompanied by his wife Samantha, went on ITV’s This Morning, to tell Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby about his memoirs. Straight away you could sense that this wasn’t entirely the David Cameron we used to know. There was something missing. His voice sounded the same – polished, patrician,...