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"I was the future once" says David Cameron at last PMQs

Wednesday, July 13, 2016


Today David Cameron took part in his last Prime Minister's Question Time. The session, as expected, was lively with both jibes and tributes made across the political floor as Samantha Cameron and their children watched from the gallery. Sat next to Mr Cameron was Theresa May, the PM-designate, who he warmly congratulated on her election as Conservative Party Leader.

The final question was given to Kenneth Clarke MP to which Mr Cameron commented that Clarke's first act in becoming Chancellor had been to sack him as special adviser.

At the end of the session David Cameron revisited the line that he had delivered to Tony Blair during his first PMQs as Leader of the Opposition. During an exchange about education Mr Cameron said "He was the future once"

Watch: The last PMQs led by David Cameron as Prime Minister

Watch: David Cameron's First PMQs - 7th December 2005

Watch: David Cameron's first PMQs as Prime Minister - 2nd June 2010


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