David Cameron to quit as Conservative MP for Witney
David Cameron to quit UK parliament Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron is to stand down as an MP triggering a by-election in his Oxfordshire seat of Witney. Mr Cameron who resigned as prime minister after Junes EU referendum said he did not want to be a distraction for new PM Theresa May. He had said he would continue as an MP until the next general election. The 49-year-old who has represented Witney since 2001 became Conservative leader in 2005 and PM in 2010. The life and times of David Cameron Speaking in his constituency he said it had been a great honour to be an MP for the area but said it would be difficult for him to remain on the back benches without becoming a big distraction and a big diversion from the work of the new government. He denied his announcement was related to the governments moves towards an expansion of grammar schools a policy he rejected as PM. He said the timing which came after a period of reflection over the summer was coincidental. Lets block ads! (Why?) View the original article here
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