If the UK votes to leave the EU, should Cameron resign?
He's already said he's not going to stand for PM again, so essentially he is doing either way.
Honestly Cameron should just resign.
Well he's the one who called for the referendum, we really should be more thankful
Yes. A PM who fails such a big vote clearly cannot commas the confidence of the winder people. He should stand aside for BoJo.
no - I really disagree with this whole notion of how if a politician calls a major vote and it gets shot down then this is somehow a sign of their illegitimacy - it's not as if *everybody* in their party will agree with a PM on absolutely everything, and simply having a vote is not to say he's imposing his will onto the party - they can say yes or no. it's that simple. it's bad publicity, but it's not a sign of fundamental instability or a lack of confidence. to say that they should *resign* for basically using the parliamentary democratic process to see if something becomes successful is just stupid. a cabinet is not going to get everything it wants, and they shouldn't be calling for resignations just because the public thought something on an important constitutional issue that the PM happened to disagree with - I mean, I didn't think alex salmond should have resigned just because 10% more people thought one thing over another (the scottish indie ref). as much as I think alex salmond is a total self-important chump, I don't think I can logically justify something as drastic as that unless he made a promise to resign if his side lost.
okay so, if the UK people decide to *stay* in the EU, natalie bennett, tim farron, nicola sturgeon and jeremy corbyn all, too, ought to resign? from this logic - yes.
this ought to be an interesting situation then, eh europhiles?
The answer to 'should Cameron resign?' is always yes.