BITTER David Cameron shot two stags on a hunting holiday in Scotland and named them BORIS and GOVE.
The former PM named the trophies after his old pals to help exercise demons they created by stabbing in him in the back over Brexit.
Both Boris Johnson and Michael Gove campaigned for Leave while the ex-Tory leader voted for Remain in 2016.
Cameron has long been a fan of hunting and he caught one of the stags while was staying with wife Sam’s mother on the Scottish island of Jura.
He told bankers at the Davos summit in Switzerland last year that he’s turned back to hunting to relax after a chaotic six years as PM.
Cameron said: “I have used the extra time to take up shooting again.
“I find that when I shoot a few Borises and Michaels I feel a whole lot better.”
I find that when I shoot a few Borises and Michaels I feel a whole lot better.
The ex-PM has revealed his life at No10 by publishing his explosive memoirs with a number of barbs flung at former colleagues and rivals.
In particular he describes Gove as becoming a “’foam-flecked Faragist” as the Battle for Brexit waged on three years ago.
Cameron also slams Gove, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, for betraying Boris in the Tory leadership campaign.
He writes: “One quality shone through: disloyalty. Disloyalty to me – and, later, disloyalty to Boris.”
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However, he also said Johnson “didn’t believe in” Brexit and backed the Leave campaign to boost his career – adding that he wanted to become “the darling of the party”.
Cameron writes: “The conclusion I am left with is that he [Boris Johnson] risked an outcome he didn’t believe in because it would help his political career.”
Cameron accused both of his friends of behaving “appallingly” during the referendum campaign.
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