Won't serve third term if re-elected: British PM David Cameron
March 24 , 2015
British Prime Minister David Cameron has said that if his party were to win the general election he would serve a full second term in office, but not seek a third term.
Speaking to the BBC, he indicated that Conservative Party leaders such as Theresa May, George Osborne and Boris Johnson could be his potential successors, adding there was “plenty of talent” in the party.
Cameron’s remarks drew criticism from his political opponents, with Labour accusing him of being arrogant.