The best way to beat your wife is to keep going to work every day, writes David Cameron.
“It’s not enough to sit at home and watch the news.
You have to go out and be the best person you can be.
If you want to win, you have to do the best you can, even if it means not doing the same old things.”
The prime minister’s words have caused some consternation in Downing Street, which fears that Cameron is trying to re-litigate the 2010 general election by playing a similar game to the 2011 campaign.
Cameron was sacked by the Tories following his landslide victory, but has been back in the political spotlight since the Brexit vote, with a renewed focus on the 2020 general election.
The prime ministers latest book, Britain In A Changing World, was published on Monday.
But some in the Conservative Party fear the book will further tarnish the PM’s reputation and cause the party to fall further behind the rest of the UK’s opposition parties.
“Cameron’s book is just the latest in a series of bad books that the Tories have published in the wake of the Brexit result,” said one senior Conservative.
“The Tory party’s image has suffered because of this, and Cameron’s book will do nothing to change that.”
The Conservatives believe that by writing a book in 2020 that will be as “politically correct” as possible, they will avoid the damaging and damaging political fallout that followed the Brexit decision.
However, the book has been criticised by the media and politicians, with some calling for Cameron to resign over the issue.
“If you want a change in the politics of the country, then it is time to stop writing the book,” said a Conservative source.
“That means Cameron should resign and leave politics.
But Cameron needs to think about what he is doing and what his party is about.”