David Cameron faces a shock comeback as the former prime minister is spotted at No. 10 amid massive reshuffles following the sacking of Suella

DAVID Cameron is on the verge of a possible comeback as he was seen at number 10 today.

The former Prime Minister, 57, was seen at No. 10 during Rishi Sunak’s cabinet reshuffle this morning.

David Cameron faces number 10 this morning


David Cameron faces number 10 this morningPhoto credit: Reuters

Mr Cameron resigned as prime minister following the Brexit referendum in June 2016, before resigning as an MP two months later.

It comes as Mr Sunak today sacked Suella Braverman as Home Secretary after she was accused of inflaming tensions on Armistice Day by harshly criticizing Met Police bosses.

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John Verrall

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