MPs say Cameron should ‘resign immediately’ after admitting he trousered profits from offshore fund

Tick tock, Tory boy... How long can Cameron hang on?

Tick tock, Tory boy… How long can Cameron hang on?

Who will be the first MP to shout “Resign!”, next time Cameron slithers into the House of Commons? John Mann? Tim Farron? Tom Watson? Jeremy Corbyn?

At the time of writing, the Daily Mirror‘s online poll is showing public support for Cameron’s immediate resignation at 95 per cent.

MPs have demanded David Cameron’s immediate resignation, after being “less than 100% honest” about profiting from his father’s offshore fund.

The Prime Minister finally cracked tonight after days of dodging questions over whether he had personally profited from his late father Ian’s investment firm, which was based in a tax haven in the Bahamas.

He admitted owning thousands of shares with wife Sam which he flogged for £30,000 just weeks before he became Prime Minister.

Source: David Cameron should ‘resign immediately’ after admitting he trousered profits from Dad’s offshore fund – Mirror Online

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14 thoughts on “MPs say Cameron should ‘resign immediately’ after admitting he trousered profits from offshore fund

  1. mohandeer

    We know that many wealthy(and it is only those with spare cash not the 20 million+ plebeians living in dire straits)squirrel away money that would otherwise go to the exchequer. What is so disgusting about Cameron’s deception is his unmitigated attack against others for doing the same thing and his constant reference to how morally wrong people like him were/are and the repeated pretence that he and his government were going to tackle the issue, when quite obviously there was never any such intention.For these offences, his double standard hypocrisy cannot be forgiven and his position as PM is untenable. He has become a huge embarrassment to the Tory Party and the UK.

  2. Nick

    David Cameron should of course resign. the main reason is this you need to be completely transparent on the world stage as it’s only then others countries will follow you with trust

    i have full transparency and it’s a great feeling to be able to get stuck in on any conversation or topic and keep that topic in a positive light taking a country forward putting it’s people first

    you must always as a leader like David Cameron know the full picture as to how your polices ARE taking shape good or bad and not leave it to someone else to do that work

    knowing of this blog for example is a must for any leader as it is well attended and well rounded

    David Cameron may not know of this blog and that is one of the main reasons he and those like him worldwide will always be a failure

    my gut feeling is that he will stand down as he has been caught out and if he doesn’t stand down then the inland revenue will bring him down or even his bank

  3. Pete B

    You have sat too long for any good you have been doing lately. Depart, I say; and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!

    Oliver Cromwell,Address to the Rump Parliament 20th April 1653

    April 2016.What we are saying to David Cameron. Go!!!

  4. Joan Edington

    “MPs have demanded David Cameron’s immediate resignation, after being “less than 100% honest”.

    If that was a criteria for MPs these days there would be more than enough seats in the commons for all those left.

    Much as I’d like to see him go, especially to see the arrogance fade from his face in a resignation speech, those who weirdly say Corbyn should take over are basically away with the fairies. We would just get a new PM, just like the old PM, and the corruption would continue unabated.

  5. mrmarcpc

    He won’t though, he’ll try to brazen it out like they all do, the only way he’ll go is if we all want him out, the press and other politicians too, is there a petition set up, there should be!

  6. philipburdekin

    Tephlon Dave eh, I knew he would come unstuck one day and he must resign now and leave No/10 and let Labour back in to sort this bloody big mess the TORIES have made of our Britain.

  7. Dez

    Still find it incredible that we are only talking about £30k…The Camoron has had a problem since his election of being a compusive liar and a total stranger to the truth….which his parliamentary colleagues mirror eagerly. Sooner or later someone will flush out his dirty little financial secrets such that he will have to resign despite his thick pig skin……

  8. Terry Davies

    has anyone noted the B LIAR MORE link to the name of the company. ? wonder if Cameron and Blair are in cahoots to con the public and have inadvertently opened a can of worms of which they are destined to lose control??

  9. autismandate

    The Next Four Years

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    This might seem pretty standard stuff. But its “The Next Four Years” from the villain himself making another sinister move.
    So here he is again. He is probably one of the most dangerously insidious items in the world. He should be sent to the Hague for crimes against humanity.
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