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>> Legacy as David Cameron embarks on his final few hours in office, what will be his is probably running through his mind. I'm Reuters's reporter David Greese where here in Westminster history may not put him among some of the greats. But he has been the person to oversee a tumultuous, momentous period in recent British history with the UK's vote to leave the EU.
>> Thank you very much.>> Regrets, he might have a few. After all it was David Cameron who put an EU referendum on the ballot paper in 2015 general election.>> Do do do, right.>> Having campaigned to remain, it's now under his own terms that he's now leaving.
Nonetheless, removal vans have been packing up some of his six years in charge in Downing Street. And whilst much of the clutter right now might be about the EU referendum. He has also overseen years of austerity and attempt to tighten Britain's financial spending. He has had his critics along the way, but there's also been those who have praised, at time, a more liberal agenda, in particular, passing a same sex marriage bill.
It's now a case of out with the old, in with the new. Theresa May will be picking her own curtains for Downing Street and her own post-Brexit cabinet. It's been a roller coaster period for careers across the pispal spectrum in Westminster but one is looking a bit more stable.
We've been told Larry, the mouser-in-chief, the cat brought in by the Camerons to clean up the pest problem will be staying put.