David Cameron shot a stag and called it Boris

It happened on the Isle of Jura last month

It happened on the Isle of Jura last month (Picture: Getty)

David Cameron has taken up stag hunting again, and named one of his kills Boris.

The former prime minister didnt go out stalking stags while in office, out of fear it would play badly politically.

Now he has more time on his hands, he has reportedly been back to old habits.

Last month he shot a stag on the Isle of Jura and named it after his rival Boris Johnson, the Times revealed.

It came after he shot a deer last summer and named it Gove.

Cameron has previously spoken about how he enjoys shooting pheasants which he names Boris or Michael in his head before taking aim.

A potential Boris or Michael

A potential Boris or Michael (Picture: Getty)

He made the confession in an after-dinner speech to bankers at the Davos summit in Switzerland.

At the dinner hosted by PwC, he was asked how he spent his time since leaving Downing Streeet.



I have used the extra time to take up shooting again, he replied.

I find that when I shoot a few Borises and Michaels I feel a whole lot better.

Camerons revenge on his two former colleagues who turned against him in the Brexit referendum to campaign for leaving the EU doesnt only come out in in countryside shoots.

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