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Buzzword Bingo: Cameron to bow out with Brexit in final PMQs

| 12.07.2016

As he prepares to stand down after six years as Prime Minister, David Cameron is 1/3 to mention Brexit in his final Prime Minister’s Questions.

Having announced his resignation in the immediate aftermath of the EU Referendum’s Leave decision, Cameron is set to pass the baton on to Home Secretary Theresa May.

And ahead of his final PMQs, we’re taking Buzzword Bingo bets on Cameron as PM for the last time, and it’s odds-on at 1/3 he refers to Brexit, while he’s 10/1 to admit ‘I didn’t get everything right’.

The PM is 50/1 to confirm he is off to ‘chillax’ for a bit, or 25/1 to shrug his shoulders and suggest it’s ‘not my problem anymore’.

Odds of 1/3 also suggest that Jeremy Corbyn will remain seated throughout proceedings, while the Labour leader is 2/1 to stand and applaud Cameron at any point.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “If Cameron signs off with another rendition of his humming we’ll be left singing a sad song. His last PMQs could well be a mixed bag but the only certainty at the moment is that Corbyn won’t clap him off the field for the final time.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

PMQs Buzzword Bingo

Which of the following words or phrases will David Cameron say during PMQs?

1/3 – Brexit

3/1 – General Election

3/1 – Long Term Economic Plan

4/1 – Brilliant Prime Minister

5/1 – Thatcher

6/1 – Blair

6/1 – Shambles

10/1 – I Didn’t Get Everything Right

10/1 – Boris

10/1 – Back Seat Driver

10/1 – Hard Working Families

20/1 – Larry The Cat

25/1 – Not My Problem Anymore

25/1 – I’ll Be Back

25/1 – Dum-Di-Dum

50/1 – Hasta La Vista

50/1 – Chilllax

100/1 – Pokemon

Jeremy Corbyn to stand and applaud Cameron: 2/1

Not to stand and applaud Cameron: 1/3

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.