Cameron Steps Down As Witney MP

March 17, 2023 3:07 am0 commentsViews: 76

Former United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron has now stepped down from the MP chair too and this has given way for a by-election in his Oxfordshire seat of Witney.


He has represented Witney since 2001. He became leader of Conservative party in 2005 and became the prime minister of UK in 2010.

The 49-year-old had earlier in June this year stepped down as prime minister following the European Union (EU) referendum.

Cameron said he does not want to distract the new Prime Minister Theresa May as she has a cracking start and has praised his great strides on social reform.

During August-end May was heard saying there will be no vote in the British Parliament for triggering the Brexit process.

Citing a source the Daily Telegraph then wrote the PM is committed to result of referendum of June that says 52 percent of people want Britain to leave European Union (EU) amid all the legal challenges that prevents the process to be implemented without a parliamentary vote.

It is said after the triggering of Article 50 the process would take about two years to make Britain exit from EU.

Meanwhile, the food prices was at record low in August in the country and shoppers enjoyed falling prices.

Following the referendum favouring Brexit the pound value plunged and retailers are yet to feel the full force of the rising costs.

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