Ex-PM David Cameron and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson have reportedly mended their broken friendship by hashing out their Brexit differences over whiskeys at a Jerusalem hotel.
Their 30-year friendship came under strain when Johnson abandoned Cameron’s campaign to keep Britain in the EU to lead the charge for the opposing side. The politicians, who have known each other since their days at Oxford University, exchanged personal insults during their referendum campaign. The result of the EU referendum ended Cameron’s six year tenure at Downing Street and ten years as the Conservative Party’s leader.
The Sun reports that Johnson and Cameron have now brokered a truce. The pair reportedly met on the balcony of a room at the five-star King David Hotel in Jerusalem last week while visiting the city for the funeral of Shimon Peres, Israel’s former president.
hat-tip Stephen Neil