David Cameron decided to stay a Prime Minister regardless of the referendum results
The head of Tory-cabinet, the Prime Minister of Great Britain David Cameron gave an interview to The Times newspaper. He has pointed that he would remain at his position and would head the government of Great Britain regardless of the upcoming referendum results.
So David Cameron told that referendum to be held on 23 of June has no relation to any of politicians. Nobody is going to agitate people only to stay at his position and to keep his high status. He noted that he is really concerned about results of upcoming event. And it is connected not to his Prime Minister position but to future of the country.
David Cameron also added that in any case he would make all his best for life in Great Britain doesn’t become worse. During many years of cooperation with European countries he has managed to establish good relations with them, which will be useful in making a decision regarding the Great Britain status in European Union in case if it should be changed.
We will remind that politician himself advocates for the country to stay in EU as in this case England will not lose big amount of work positions and prospects in economics development. But they will have to rethink relations with Brussels.