It doesn’t always happen when an outgoing leader of a country leaves happily. One such example is hard to find in India. But David Cameron had the last laugh, literally, on Wednesday during his last Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) time in the British Parliament.
In UK, PMQs, takes place every Wednesday that the House of Commons is sitting and gives MPs the chance to put questions to the PM.
Not only he was jovial, starting by congratulating Andy Murray on his Wimbledon win, but also left other members laughing.
His entire speech was jokey and lighthearted. And that too when he had to resign after failing to prevent the country from voting against Brexit. Cameron had earlier announced he would step down if he failed to do so.
It was interesting when Cameron advised his successor Theresa May to “be as close to the European Union” even while negotiating to leave it.
British people voted to leave the European Union on June 23, a decision that plunged the country’s future into uncertainty.
Watch the video of the interaction