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Cameron says he won't seek third term in office

David Cameron has ruled out a third term as prime minister, even before he is elected to a second termDavid Cameron rules out a third term as prime minister, as he contests a close-fought British general election to try to win a second term. “There definitely comes a time when a fresh pair of eyes or fresh leadership would be good,” Cameron told a BBC interview. In power since 2010, Cameron’s right-wing Conservative party is currently neck and neck in polls with the main opposition centre-left Labour party ahead of the May 7 vote. Labour and Cameron’s junior coalition partners the Liberal Democrats criticised his comments as taking for granted he would be elected to a second term in May.

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