Former U.K. prime minister David Cameron says he’s “sorry” for the Brexit referendum.
In an interview with the London Times — ahead of the release of his memoir — Cameron spoke about his regrets.
“I am truly sorry to have seen the country I love so much suffer uncertainty and division in the years since then,” he said.
It’s too little, too late, as the chaotic fallout from the 2016 vote to leave the EU continues and threatens to bring Britain to its knees.
Cameron went on to trash former Conservative colleagues, including new Prime Minister Boris Johnson, saying Johnson didn’t believe in the move to pull Britain out of the EU, but used the referendum to further his political career.