For the second time, Downing Street have summoned the press for a supposedly “significant” statement that has bombed:
What was the point of that? pic.twitter.com/XaMDyWZYsZ
— John Rentoul (@JohnRentoul) June 21, 2016
God, that wasn't great. Sounded weak, desperate. Cameron looked like he was slumping off into No. 10 for the last time.
— Conor Pope (@Conorpope) June 21, 2016
The "significant" part was David Cameron thinks we should vote Remain. A news grab. #EUref
— Joe Watts (@JoeWatts_) June 21, 2016
Doesn't feel like a move you'd make if you really were looking at internal polls showing you 10 points ahead.
— Stephen Bush (@stephenkb) June 21, 2016
Has No.10 just received some private polling?
— steve hawkes (@steve_hawkes) June 21, 2016
Because a hastily-arranged statement outside No 10 is always a sign that things are just tickety-boo. https://t.co/70SFEIpSBx
— Kevin Schofield (@PolhomeEditor) June 21, 2016
Is that it? The “significant statement” is that Dave backs Remain?