From Baghdad to Brexit: Britain’s bookend mea culpas
As Britain grapples with the ongoing chaos of Brexit, a second prime minister in as many decades delivers a 'my bad' for a balls-up.
Former U.K. prime minister David Cameron, pictured during a visit to Canada in 2011. Cameron recently apologized for catalyzing a narrative that led his country down a garden path of lies and corruption that seriously compromised his reputation and expedited public mistrust in institutions, writes Lisa Van Dusen. The Hill Times file photograph