We don’t hear much from David Cameron these days.
He’s generally too busy.
He fills his time in many ways: writing a book; making bundles of cash; playing tennis; not taking the blame for Brexit.
But he’s given an interview to the Financial Times about Alzheimer’s disease and the search for a cure.
It’s worth a read, and not just because it’s an important subject.
It’s also a reminder of what was lost when Cameron fled Parliament last summer (I know – it seems much longer).
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