Meanwhile, Cameron continued and said that the prime minister should always make themselves available - but “not every day because you have got a country to run.”
“But I think, you know, the important interviews - whether it is the BBC Sunday morning programme or the Today programme or Sky News, TV debates - these are important, and I never sought to avoid them.”
(Though, it is worth mentioning that Cameron himself was accused of being a “chicken” after he failed to show up to some election debates back in 2015).
“I think there has been a bit of an arms race in a way,” the 55-year-old explained.
“Politicians have tooled up with special advisers and the spin doctors, and the media have tooled up by even more aggressive gotcha interviews to get that magic moment.
“I think we have got to try and have a relationship still distant and confrontational by moments - but understanding that you have got legitimate questions, but we have also got a responsibility to explain what we are doing.
“And can we try and find a bit of space for those things to coexist.”