Mr Cameron, who was criticized for years for his austerity program which resulted in more Britons becoming dependent on food banks, made sure to pose for a series of photos for Twitter.
Former Prime Minister David Cameron drives a truck to Poland with food and first aid kits for Ukrainian refugees.
Mr Cameron, who has been criticized for years for his austerity program which left more Britons dependent on food banks, has posted a series of shots on social media in his truck and in front of vegetables.
The Chippy Larder has described itself as an “affordable community pantry” with Chipping Norton promising to give people food that would normally cost £20 for £3.50.
The former prime minister boasted that he had volunteered every week for the past two years with the food project, which helps low-income families.
“For the last two weeks we have been appealing for the things that refugees from Ukraine need when they arrive in Poland,” he said on Twitter.
“I’m just driving to Poland with two colleagues from Chippy Larder to make our delivery to the Red Cross.
“It’s going to be a long drive, but I’ll keep you posted along the way. #StandWithUkraine️.”
In his memoir, published by The Times, Mr Cameron said he had not cut public spending enough.
He slammed “hysterical” critics of his government’s decision to cut public spending.
The ex-PM said he should have “ripped the plaster off” earlier in his tenure as prime minister and introduced steeper cuts after the 2008 financial crisis.
It comes as Ukrainian lawmakers told the Mirror that humanitarian organizations are struggling to operate in Ukraine because Russian troops are blocking corridors.
Four Ukrainian lawmakers entering the lower house on Thursday even accused Vladimir Putin’s forces of raping and hanging women over 60.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/david-cameron-driving-poland-lorry-26504716 David Cameron drives a truck with food for refugees from Ukraine to Poland