DAVID Cameron is on the verge of a possible comeback as he was today spotted entering No10.
The former Prime Minister, 57, is understood to be lined up for a position as Foreign Secretary.
Mr Cameron stepped down as PM following the Brexit referendum in June 2016, before resigning as an MP two months later.
However, he was pictured in Downing Street this morning as Mr Sunak reorganises his Cabinet.
It comes as the PM today sacked Suella Braverman as Home Secretary after she was accused of fuelling Armistice Day tensions by slamming Met Police chiefs.
A No 10 source said the Prime Minister “asked Suella Braverman to leave Government and she has accepted”.
The Conservatives said Mr Sunak is carrying out a wider reshuffle which “strengthens his team in Government to deliver long-term decisions for a brighter future”.
Mrs Braverman said: “It has been the greatest privilege of my life to serve as home secretary.”
She added: “I will have more to say in due course.”
Foreign Secretary James Cleverly was seen entering No 10 following news of Mrs Braverman’s exit.
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