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Reuters/Peter Nicholls
Nearly the final curtain.

David Cameron is caught humming a jaunty little tune after announcing his resignation as UK prime minister

You’ve been leading a country for six years.

You recently endured a seismic referendum that resulted in an outcome you did not want.

You’ve decided to step aside and let someone else steer the ship.

You’ve said that this new person will take over in 48 hours.

So how do you bow out? By being caught on mic humming.

“Doo doo, doo doo… Right. Good.” It’s better, at least, than an awkward wave.

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