— Political Currency (@polcurrency)
“But there was a bit of him as a result that died inside which was the public service element, which he tried to fill with other things like his very important work for Alzheimer’s, but it wasn’t the same.
“And now I think, when I was speaking to him about it, it’s like the sound of the trumpet, back on the playing field, the political playing fields, and serving your country.
“And I know people listening to this will be very cynical and say ‘yeah yeah whatever’. But David really did not need to do this. He’s doing it because above all, he thinks he can make a difference to Britain’s foreign policy.”