Nigel Farage in hysterics live on-air over swipe at David Cameron 'making pig's ear' of EU talks

During an exclusive interview with former British diplomat Sir Christopher Meyer, Brexit became the talking point of the discussion, with particular criticism reserved for former Prime Minister David Cameron

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GB News presenter Nigel Farage was left in hysterics after an on-air jibe made about former Prime Minister David Cameron.

During an exclusive interview with former British diplomat Sir Christopher Meyer, Brexit became the talking point of the discussion, with Sir Christopher reserving criticism for the former PM.

Asked if he is "still in mourning over Brexit," Sir Christopher insisted he is not, despite voting in favour of Remain.

Former Prime Minister David Cameron arrives for a requiem mass for Sir David Amess MP at Westminster Cathedral, central London. Picture date: Tuesday November 23, 2021.
Former Prime Minister David Cameron arrives for a requiem mass for Sir David Amess MP at Westminster Cathedral, central London. Picture date: Tuesday November 23, 2021.
Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg addresses The Times CEO Summit at The News Building in London Bridge, London.
Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg addresses The Times CEO Summit at The News Building in London Bridge, London.

He told Mr Farage that he felt it was "better to stay inside and try to reform it from within".

Noting that Margaret Thatcher "succeeded" in doing this, Sir Christopher added: "John Major did quite well over the Maastricht negotiations, but David Cameron made a complete pig's ear of the whole thing."

At this, Mr Farage was left in hysterics at the expense of the PM who resigned from his post over the outcome of the 2016 Brexit referendum.

Sir Christopher added that Britain had a "moral obligation" to depart from the EU after the British electorate backed Leave in the plebiscite.

The duo also touched upon Mr Cameron's former deputy, Nick Clegg, with reference made to his current position as head of global affairs at Meta.

Mr Farage quipped: "Nick Clegg, one of the most powerful men in the world, who would have believed it?"

Meyer replied: "Good old Nick!"