MP for Loughborough Nicky Morgan has tweeted that she is "very sorry" that the Prime Minister had decided to resign.
David Cameron announced after the EU referendum exit was decided that he would leave his position in three months.
The Secretary of State for Education went on to say it has been "a privilege to work with him".
Very, very sorry that the PM has decided to resign. Been a privilege to work with him since 2005 & to be part of his one-nation government.
The car giant in the Midlands previously came out in support of the campaign to remain.Read the full story ›
The East Midlands has voted overwhelmingly to leave the European Union with only Leicester and Rushcliffe voting to stay in.Read the full story ›
Reactions from Midlands MPs following David Cameron's announcement to resign as Prime Minister after a majority vote to leave the EU.Read the full story ›
The West Midlands has voted overwhelmingly to leave the European Union with only Warwick voting to stay in.Read the full story ›
David Cameron has announced that he will step down in the future as prime minister following the result of the EU Referendum.
The Midlands voted overwhelmingly out, only Leicester, Warwick, Rushcliffe and Cheltenham - voted to remain.
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Deeply disappointed by #EUref result. We said we would respect result & that stands. Many questions for those advocating Leave now follow.
Loughborough MP and Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan has said she is "deeply disappointed" by the result of the EU referendum.
David Cameron said Britain required "fresh leadership" to "steer the country" out of the EU.Read the full story ›
Liz Kendall, MP for Leicester West has taken to social media to thank remain voters.
Following the majority vote to leave the European Union she told constituents "I'll do my utmost to serve you in difficult times".
To 48% who voted Remain: thanku. To 52% who voted Leave: we hear you. To my constituents: I'll do my utmost to serve you in difficult times
So proud of the British people who despite threats, blackmail, and bullying, invoked its independent spirit and voted for freedom.
The MP for Lichfield Michael Fabricant has praised Britain after the majority voted to leave the European Union.
He said the British people had "voted for freedom" and had "invoked its independent spirit."