“Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron says he does not regret calling the 2016 referendum on whether the UK should stay in the EU.
“But he regretted the “difficulties and the problems we’ve been having trying to implement the result”, he added.
“Mr Cameron, who led the Remain side in the referendum, resigned after people voted by 52% to 48% to leave the EU.
“He said he supported Theresa May and hoped MPs would “come together” to find an alternative agreement with the EU.
“Mr Cameron said he hoped Mrs May wins the vote of confidence in the Commons, which was called by Labour after her Brexit plan suffered a crushing defeat by MPs on Tuesday evening.”
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