David Cameron Says He Names Pheasants After Boris Johnson And Michael Gove Before Shooting Them

Bit strong, Dave

It looks like David Cameron is still a bit sore over Boris Johnson's influence in the EU referendum result, telling a crowd at a speaking engagement that he names birds after the former London mayor... before shooting them.

When asked at an after-dinner speech at the Davos summit of economic leaders in Switzerland what he's up to nowadays, he jokingly said: "I have used the extra time to take up shooting again.

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"I find that when I shoot a few Borises and Michaels I feel a whole lot better."

Cameron is reportedly still bitter at the way the way Johnson and Michael Gove 'betrayed' him during the Brexit campaign, believing that both would remain loyal to the Remain camp.

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They, as you well know, didn't.

Having given up countryside pursuits during his number 10 days to avoid public controversy, Cameron has resumed his hobbies of game shooting and deer stalking now that he has a bit of free time on his hands.

In his Davos speech, Cameron added that despite leaving frontline politics, he was "still fully wedded to public service" and quipped: "In the meantime I'm available for weddings and bar mitzvahs."

Mazel tov, Dave.