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He practised No 10 farewell.

DAVID Cameron was so convinced he was going to lose May's election, he practised his resignation words.

The book which lifts the lid on his time in power reveals the jittery PM rehearsed his stepping-down speech.

Cameron at No 10: The Inside Story, tells how he practised his sorrowful address in the garden of his constituency home as the vote went on. He had planned to say: "It is clear we have not won and I will have to go."

He added: "Being prime minister of this country is the best job one can possibly have. I wish Ed and Justine every success."

The PM said he intended to stay on as Conservative party leader until July.

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Aug 31, 2015
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