Theresa May will have to “listen to other parties” as she reviews her Brexit strategy in the wake of the election, David Cameron has said.
The Financial Times reported the former PM saying there would be pressure for a “softer” exit from the EU after his party did not win an election majority.
Speaking in Poland, he said his successor should “consult more widely” both inside Parliament and beyond.
It comes as Mrs May tries to seal a deal with the DUP to govern.
Downing Street has so far rebuffed calls for major changes to its Brexit blueprint and ruled out the prospect of cross-party talks ahead of the start of official negotiations with the EU next week.
Speaking in Paris after meeting French President Emmanuel Macron, Mrs May said there was a “unity of purpose” to get on with the process, reiterating that she wanted to maintain a “close relationship” with the EU.