David Cameron has told the BBC's James Lansdale he doesn't fancy another two terms with him as Prime Minister.
He's probably not the only one.
But it's an odd PR move. Cameron hasn't even won the forthcoming election, yet he's talking publicly about not fancying a third term from 2020.
What's more he's 'fired the starting pistol' for the race to succeed him as party leader and Prime Minister, should Cameron triumph at the polls in May but make may for a new leader to fight the 2020 election, which sounds like the plan.
If Cameron was looking for a statement that would 1) make him appear even more arrogant, 2) Confuse voters, and 3) Divide his own party less than two months from a general election he's struck gold.
According to Ladbrokes, Boris is favourite (5/2) to succeed Cameron. Theresa May (4/1) and George Osborne (7/1) make up the top of the market. Or you can still get 33/1 on Grant Shapps. He can at least count on Michael Green's vote.
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