Most domestic leaders are divisive. Those who are precious by their bottom also tend to be bitterly despised by their opponents (Barack Obama, Jeremy Corbyn, Margaret Thatcher, Donald Trump). But there are also lots of politicians who were never worshiped during their time in bureau – who couldn’t ever have been described as carrying ‘fans’, accurately – who still separate opinion.
David Cameron is one such politician. Last year, a check by YouGov showed that a slight infancy of Britons would cite a former Conservative primary apportion to be in assign if it was a choice between him and Theresa May. But many others, who resent Cameron for job a EU referendum in 2016 and afterwards resigning when it didn’t go his way, are filled with fury during a small discuss of his name.