David Cameron's credibility with the public is at an all-time low after the Panama Papers, and with the investigations into electoral fraud by 2015 election candidates. Now his party is turning against him.

David Cameron’s credibility with the public is at an all-time low after the Panama Papers, and with the investigations into electoral fraud by 2015 election candidates. Now his party is turning against him.

‘Mad Nad’ Dorries has called for a vote of ‘no confidence’ in David Cameron – whatever the result of the EU referendum.

Tory Andrew Bridgen has gone one further, saying Cameron is “finished” as Tory party leader.

Michael Gove and Boris Johnson have questioned his credibility.

So has Priti Patel (although nobody should care what she thinks).

That’s a lot of very influential Nasties lining up to stick their knives in his back – and we haven’t even mentioned the many police investigations that are bringing the legitimacy of the Conservative Government into question.

So, what do you think?

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