David Cameron has announced he will stand down as prime minister before October following the UK electorate's decision to leave the European Union.
The Conservative leader said he was "very proud and very honoured" to have been prime minister but that it was "not right" for him to carry on following the referendum result.
We must now prepare for a renegotiation with the EU. Above all this will require strong, determined and committed leadership.
I think the country requires fresh leadership to take it in that direction.
Well, it's been an inglorious six years, Mr Cameron. Here were your worst bits:
When you promised to lead the 'greenest government ever' and then did anything but
When you referred to human beings escaping war, poverty and destitution as a 'swarm'
When you decided that austerity was the best way to lead the country out of recession
When you said this
And then pandered to the right-wing of your party because of this guy and announced a referendum
Then refused to debate him properly
Which then led to Brexit and £122bn being wiped off the FTSE 100 within minutes of the markets opening on Friday
When you told a female MP to 'calm down, dear'
When you screwed over disabled people - and then realised you were wrong
Every naff joke you ever told at PMQs
When you tried a Yorkshire accent
And then a Scottish one
When you stood with your legs like this
What was that all about?