Former Prime Minister David Cameron is to stand down as an MP in his Oxford seat of Witney. He said he was doing it because he “didn’t want to be a distraction” for new PM Theresa May.
On his last day as Prime Minister David Cameron cracked jokes in the Commons. He entered the Chamber of the House for his last appearance and to address the final session of Prime Minister’s Questions
The Houses of Parliament gave him his last farewell as leader of the Conservative Party. He was welcomed with great enthusiasm as MPs packed into the Chamber.
From the start David Cameron delivered his responses with humour and jokes were coming thick and fast during the half hour of PMQs.
Many of the politicians also praised Cameron for his last 6 years of leadership and the success of the policies he carried out describing them as great achievements.
Theresa May is now leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister of the country. She was sitting alongside Cameron and appeared to be enjoying the ‘show’.
Catch the highlights of the fun and how David Cameron was wildly applauded as he ended PMQS and left the heart of Westminster.
— YourNewsUKtv (@YourNewsUKtv) September 12, 2016
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