David Cameron IS standing again in 2020 – but not as prime minister


It looks like the PM can’t get enough of politics

Before the general election, David Cameron said he would only serve one more term as prime minister if he was re-elected.

After the Tories won a majority in May, there might have been some temptation for Cameron to want to serve a full term. But in an interview with the BBC, the PM said two is enough for him.

“I’ve said I’ll stand for a full second term, but I think after that it will be time for new leadership,” he said.

“Terms are like Shredded Wheat – two are wonderful but three might just be too many.”

However, he’s not going to give up on politics completely. Cameron added that he will seek re-election in his constituency of Witney in 2020.