Former British Prime Minister David Cameron has returned to the government after Prime Minister Rishi Sunak appointed him Foreign Secretary on Monday.
Cameron, prime minister between 2010 and 2016, was head of the UK government when the British voted to leave the European Union.
Cameron’s appointment was part of a cabinet reshuffle by Sunak that saw some government ministers leave. He left the government after the Brexit vote and was later appointed to the House of Lords by the British monarch.
Reacting to his appointment, Cameron wrote in
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Many believe Sunak’s cabinet reshuffle, including Cameron’s appointment, is aimed at preparing the ruling Conservative Party for the upcoming election.