But, in reference to his final day as Prime Minister, Cameron said: "Other than a meeting with the Queen, the diary for the rest of my day is remarkably light."
David Cameron rules out Managing the England team and presenting Top Gear once he leaves his role. #PMQs— Bellenden (@BellendenLtd) July 13, 2016
Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader, questioned the Government’s record on housing and said the rate of homelessness had gone up, before following up with an additional question using quotes from Prime-Minister-in-waiting Theresa May’s speech to highlight economic inequalities for poorer people.
Cameron on #Tory female leadership record vs. Lab, "It's 2-0 & not a pink bus in sight". Very cutting considering Smith challenge to Eagle.— BM Public Affairs (@BMPubAffairs) July 13, 2016
Cameron then mocked the debacle of Labour’s fractious leadership contest, saying: "We’ve had resignation, nomination, competition and coronation but they haven’t even decided what the rules are yet," to laughs on both side of the House. He continued: "If they ever get into power it will take them a year to decide who will sit where."
The PM comments on the disunity of the Labour Party #PMQs— Portcullis (@Portcullis_says) July 13, 2016
There was more warmth between the two leaders than in any previous session of PMQs as Corbyn thanked Cameron for his contribution to British politics and paid tribute to his wife Samantha and their children for supporting him.
Corbyn thanks Cameron's mum for her advice about suits, socks and ties. Cameron says that Cornyn is looking "utterly splendid". #PMQs— Westminster Advisers (@WA_Comms) July 13, 2016
Proof... pic.twitter.com/UZVXn6WcUw— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) July 13, 2016
PM brings out a photo of Larry and puts an end to the rumour that he doesn't love him #PMQs— Bellenden (@BellendenLtd) July 13, 2016
David Cameron, you old flirt #PMQs ??????— Larry the Cat (@Number10cat) July 13, 2016
Cameron jokes about having to convince Clarke to join his frontbench when opposition leader while Clarke was on holiday in Patagonia #PMQs— Bellenden (@BellendenLtd) July 13, 2016
Cameron received a standing ovation from Tory MPs while Labour benches contented themselves with applauding him.
"I was the future once," finishes David Cameron. #PMQs— Westminster Advisers (@WA_Comms) July 13, 2016
PM eloquently ends by saying "I was the future once" and walks out to a standing ovation from members across the House #PMQs— Bellenden (@BellendenLtd) July 13, 2016
A classy finale to Cameron's premiership. Whatever your politics, we'll miss him when he's gone. Ultimately a moderate to the end.— Nathan Jones (@n_b_jones) July 13, 2016