U.K. Prime Minster David Cameron told beleaguered Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to resign as it was not in the national interest for him to continue.
The heated exchange took place during Wednesday’s Prime Minister’s Questions at British Parliament. “I have to say to the honourable gentleman, frankly he talks about job insecurity and my two months to go,” said Cameron in response to Corbyn’s question on job insecurity. “It might be in my party’s interest for him to sit there, it’s not in the national interest and I would say, ‘for heaven’s sake man, go.'”
Cameron announced his resignation after Britain voted to leave the E.U. in the June 23 referendum. Despite a vote of no confidence from the majority of his party’s lawmakers on Tuesday, Corbyn has refused to resign.
Watch the full clip above.
- What a Photographer Saw in the West Bank
- Accenture’s Chief AI Officer on Why This Is a Defining Moment
- Inside COP28's Big 'Experiment'
- U.S. Doctors Can't Be Silent About Gaza: Column
- The Movie Wives Would Like a Word
- The 100 Must-Read Books of 2023
- The Top 100 Photos of 2023
- Want Weekly Recs on What to Watch, Read, and More? Sign Up for Worth Your Time