According to his ranks it appears what we suggested in the above article is correct and its not gone down well with them and the lines have been drawn against Mr Cameron in the ranks.
One of David Cameron’s biggest donors has withdrawn his financial support for the Conservatives and is considering quitting the party over the way the Prime Minister has handled the referendum, the Telegraph can reveal. Edi Truell, a pensions expert who has donated over £270,000 since 2010, said he will only hand over money if Boris Johnson or Michael Gove take over from Mr Cameron after a Brexit vote.
Priti Patel, a Government minister, accused Mr Cameron of “undermining” the Conservative manifesto by warning that the triple lock on pensions could be at risk if the UK votes to leave. She said: “I simply think this is just an unrealistic statement, another intervention that is quite frankly there to terrify pensioners in a quite demeaning way.”
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