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My Question for David Cameron's Last PMQs

Today was David Cameron's last Prime Minister's Questions session as Prime Minister. Next week the new Prime Minister Theresa May will take over.


I was drawn out of the hat to ask a question today, but as I was tenth on the list time run out before I could be called to ask my question. 

This is what I would have asked Cameron: 

"Changing voter registration rules, calling a referendum to save his own skin and denying 16 and 17-year-olds a vote and a say in their future.

"Does the Prime Minister accept that their future, our country’s future and maybe even his own – would be better if he hadn’t been so self-defeating?"


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