David Cameron spends his last night as British PM
From a life where everything was done for them, suddenly the Camerons will be ordinary citizens again.
LONDON - David Cameron spent his last night at 10 Downing Street, the official residence of the UK Prime Minister, as he prepared to hand in his resignation to the Queen on Tuesday.
In the fast moving and brutal political scene in Britain, he has suddenly been left without a London home. He also needs to find new schools for his children and deal with a pay cut of R1.4 million.
In the space of a few hours, a slow handover of power has become a rush to appoint a new Prime Minister.
As Theresa May prepares to be sworn in, Cameron has called in the removals men. At the back door of his official residence, there was a hive of activity to clear the private apartment above the offices.
The Cameron family own a London home but it's been rented out and so they face having to move back to their country home or to a short term let near their children's school.
From a life where everything was done for them, suddenly the Camerons will land back in to normal life with an abrupt bump.