Danny Dyer calls David Cameron a t**t in 2018

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The 43-year-old is back on screens tonight as he welcomes ex-footballers Chris Kamara and John Barnes to a celebrity version of his BBC gameshow The Wall. The host has become one of the nation’s most recognisable faces, after the public fell in love with the star for his emotional, and passionate, performances on the BBC’s EastEnders. Known as one of the tough men of Albert Square, Danny is known to be as outspoken outside of Walford, as he is inside it – particularly when it comes to politics.

His impassioned rants have divided opinion, particularly after he lashed out at former Prime Minister David Cameron for his decision to hold a referendum on the UK’s membership with the EU five years ago.

But in a throwback clip, Danny also took aim at Mr Corbyn, condemning Labour’s position on Brexit, in a stunning attack – while the Labour chief sat just metres away.

Danny took mbrage to Mr Cameron, who opted to give the nation the chance to vote on whether it wanted to Leave or Remain inside the bloc.

Previously, Danny had admitted he voted Leave, but later distanced himself from his choice by claiming he would now vote to stay as a member state within Brussels.

He targeted Mr Cameron during a swipe while discussing Brexit during a Good Evening Britain segment two years after the referendum alongside Mr Corbyn, and the ITV show’s hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid.

Initially, Danny began describing Brexit as something nobody understood, before taking aim at BBC Question Time, a political show he said was a “comedy”.

Susanna then asked the star whether he was “any clearer” on Mr Corbyn’s policy for Brexit, and Danny bluntly replied: “No.

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“I haven’t got a clue. No one knows what it is. It’s like this mad riddle that no one knows what it is.”

As Danny delivered his reply, the camera panned to see a plain-faced Mr Corbyn stare at the Football Factory star, who went on to infamously label Mr Cameron “a t**t”.

Mr Corbyn’s policy on Brexit would have seen Labour hold a second referendum after his Government had negotiated a pact with Brussels, if he was elected.

It was a policy that was also torn apart in the polls, as Labour was trounced in 2019’s general election, enduring its worst defeat since 1935.

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The vote saw Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party claim victory, and ultimately complete their election vow to “get Brexit done”.

Danny’s anger with Mr Cameron may have even sparked his decision to back Leave as opposed to Remain, the star suggested three years ago.

Speaking to the Sunday Mirror, Danny admitted to “f*****g hating” Mr Cameron, before claiming he had now become a “poster boy for the Remain campaign, because I did vote Leave and now I want to Remain”.

He said: “The reason I want to Remain is because Cameron decides to f*** off the next day. We are talking the next day after the vote didn’t go his way.

“I find it fascinating that we can allow that. He only called this vote on, whatever it was meant to be, because he had a spat with the other p**** Farage.

He added: “I f****** hate Cameron and I always have and that’s probably why I voted Leave as well.”

The Wall Versus Celebrities airs on BBC One from 6.40pm tonight.

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