David Cameron and Nick Clegg were spotted having breakfast in Kensington
The former Prime Minister met up with Clegg at the Ivy Brasserie in Kensington, West London to allegedly reminisce on their time in power together, the Daily Mail reported.
A diner allegedly said they overheard one of former leaders saying, “it was a good Government”, which can be assumed as a reference to their time in power from 2010 until 2015.
Donning a smart navy blue suit with an open shirt, Clegg looked ready to resume his self-assumed duties on pressuring May for a second Brexit referendum.
But Cameron looking much more casual in an open shirt, jeans and a bomber jacket seemed ready to take his mind off Philip Hammond’s first Budget as he ran to a tennis match after their meal.
Today, the 61-year-old Chancellor was hailed for his quick-wit which left many Labour frontbenchers stone-faced.
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Yet he was criticised in some corners for “kicking the self-employed in the teeth” and not improving the free childcare scheme.
Donna White, a single mother who blogs for Beattie Communications said: “Unfortunately free childcare started being offered when my children were too old to take it up.
“I would have hoped for more help for working parents like myself because I have got to pay for after-school childcare and that amounts to approximately £300 a month, which I think puts a lot of parents off from going back to work and many people just end up staying at home living off benefits.”
Last year Cameron was not looking so cheery as he was forced to support George Osborne's controversial 2016 budget which allegedly disguised a £56 billion “black hole” in Government finances.
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At the time, a former spokeswoman for Cameron said the ex-Prime Minister “absolutely” had confidence in his Chancellor.
She said: “We’ve faced a big deficit and debt to bring down and therefore tough decisions about how we are a country that lives within its means. He has worked very closely with the Chancellor and other ministers on that to date and will continue to do so.”
But now having a lot more time on his hands, Cameron reportedly picked up the bill before the pair left afterwards, stopping to shake hands before parting.