Cameron Says He’s Quitting U.K. Parliament After Brexit Defeat

  • Stepped down as prime minister after losing June referendum
  • Previously said he’d stay on in Parliament past next election

David Cameron, former U.K. prime minister.

Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

David Cameron said he’s quitting the U.K. House of Commons, triggering a by-election in his Witney district, less than three months after resigning as prime minister in the wake of his defeat in the Brexit referendum.

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