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In this grab taken from video British Prime Minister David Cameron, centre, smiles, during his final session of prime minister's questions at the House of Commons, in London, Wednesday, July 13, 2016. He joked that his afternoon schedule "will be light" after he steps down following a brief visit with Queen Elizabeth II. Cameron will tell the queen at Buckingham Palace he is resigning and suggest that Home Secretary Theresa May has the support to become prime minister. In the background are Chancellor George Osborne, Home Secretary Theresa May and Foreign Secretary Phillip Hammond, from left. (Parliamentary Recording Unit via Associated Press Video)
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In this grab taken from video British Prime Minister David Cameron, centre, smiles, during his final session of prime minister's questions at the House of Commons, in London, Wednesday, July 13, 2016. He joked that his afternoon schedule "will be light" after he steps down following a brief visit with Queen Elizabeth II. Cameron will tell the queen at Buckingham Palace he is resigning and suggest that Home Secretary Theresa May has the support to become prime minister. In the background are Chancellor George Osborne, Home Secretary Theresa May and Foreign Secretary Phillip Hammond, from left. (Parliamentary Recording Unit via Associated Press Video)

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