Britain's outgoing Prime Minister, David Cameron, accompanied by his wife Samantha, daughters Nancy and Florence and son Arthur, speaks in front of number 10 Downing Street, on his last day in office as Prime Minister, in central London, Britain July 13, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
Daily Mail: David Cameron and his family leave Downing Street for the last time: PM said serving Britain was 'the greatest honour of my life' before visiting Buckingham Palace to resign
* David Cameron gives goodbye speech in Downing Street flanked by family before heading to see the Queen
* Earlier he took his final PMQs in the House of Commons before handing over to Theresa May
* Joked that the diary for the rest of his day looks 'remarkably light' apart from seeing the Queen
* Also paid tribute to wife Samantha and their children, who were watching his last appearance from public gallery
* Said he would miss the 'roar of the crowd' and referred to his 2005 jibe at Tony Blair, saying: 'I was the future once'
* Home Secretary Theresa May, already Tory leader, will be the new Prime Minister by the end of the day
David Cameron insisted he was leaving Britain 'stronger' tonight as he said an emotional goodbye to Downing Street flanked by wife Samantha and their children.
In a parting speech before heading to Buckingham Palace to tender his resignation, the Prime Minister admitted he had not got everything right.
'It's not been easy going and of course we have not got every decision right. But I do believe that today our country is much stronger,' he said.
Mr Cameron thanked his family for keeping him 'sane' during his time in office, and described Samantha as the 'love of my life'.
An official communication issued by Buckingham Palace just before 5.25pm said: 'The Right Honourable David Cameron MP had an Audience of The Queen this evening and tendered his resignation as Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury, which Her Majesty was graciously pleased to accept.'
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