Stories like this, in the Mirror, make pleasant reading for those of us who have suffered under his Tory governments but strike This Writer as being a device to pacify the plebs.
There are plenty of examples of Tories saying one thing and doing another, after all.
PM David Cameron risks being hounded out by angry backbenchers if he does not quit the day after the EU referendum .
A plot to oust him if Brexiteers prevail or Remain wins by less than 10 per cent is gathering pace.
One Tory backbencher said a big win for the PM looks unlikely so he would be expected to leave, perhaps the day after the result.
The MP said: “That would let him leave in a sensible fashion rather than the bloody mess that it could be.”
Mr Cameron has already pledged to stand down before the next general election, due in 2020.
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