Politicians across the region have been reacting to the news that the Prime Minister has resigned after the EU Referendum result.
David Cameron announced this morning that he will step down after the UK voted to leave the European Union.
Hugely sad and disappointed that David Cameron has decided to stand down, I didn't feel he needed to and I wish he hadn't.
Last May David Cameron was cheered by grateful MP for delivering GE victory. Today the country has lost a great man https://t.co/i1TNVC5Xkt
I'm very sorry that the PM has announced he is to step down this year. I will continue working with colleagues to fulfil our manifesto
Dignified speech by @david_cameron standing down as PM, congratulating leave on victory & highlighting Britain's proud multiculturalism
The PM @david_cameron at his statesmanlike best. So sad to see him go. A great man, democrat, patriot and Conservative of huge integrity.
People will only appreciate the essential bigness of David Cameron's character after he has left the stage. A great leader and a good man.
It has been a huge honour to serve GB with @david_cameron at helm. Boy will we miss him. Time for quiet reflection & esp for our Union
David Cameron resuscitated the Conservative Party. Leavers will have to be very careful not to kill it off again.
'The task now is to unite the country, to get the best deal possible for our great country and focus on the future': https://t.co/whNb0doiS1
Sorry to see @davidcameron_mp announce he is standing down. We did not always agree, but he is a true statesman
PM has done the right thing. His position was untenable but he's right to stay three months to oversee exit negotiations team & stability
ITV News Anglia's Emma Hutchinson looks back on a remarkable week in British politics.
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