Theresa May is being advised by David Cameron on her EU negotiations for a Brexit trade deal

THERESA May is being advised by David Cameron on her EU negotiations for a Brexit trade deal, it has emerged.

The PM was bitterly hostile towards her predecessor on her arrival in No10, ripping up his policies and sacking most of his staff.

But one of the ex-Tory leader’s close confidantes has revealed the pair are now on “pretty good terms”.

Mr Cameron’s former press secretary Baroness Bertin told BBC Radio 4’s Westminster Hour: “She did speak to him before this speech.

“They were in contact over the speech you know a couple of days before.”

The ex-PM, who resigned after losing the EU referendum fight, is also determined to stay out of the current Brexit row to try to help Mrs May.



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Lady Bertin added: “He has no plans at the moment to intervene. He feels very strongly that he should give his successor Theresa May space to set her policies forward.”

No10 refused to reveal any details of Mrs May and Mr Cameron’s conversation.

The PM’s official spokesman would only say: “The Prime Minister talks to colleagues past and present regularly, but you would not expect me to get into the details of that.”

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