Downing St puss staying put at No 10

Cameron resigned as Prime minister following the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union.

Although Larry is the first official cat to hold the title Chief Mouser, cats have occupied government buildings in London since the 1800s.

All eyes were on Theresa May as she exited 10 Downing Street after outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron's final cabinet meeting, unfortunately for her, however, she was forced to make a u-turn as she went the wrong direction.

He told the Chamber: "The rumour that somehow I don't love Larry, I do...I can't take Larry with me, he belongs to the house and the staff love him very much, as do I".

Larry, who was re-homed from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in 2011, was said to have a "strong predatory drive" that suggested he would be well-suited to the task of rat catching.

David Cameron has again hit headlines in the media, but not for Brexit. Larry isn't the Cameron's pet, though. "I do, and I have photographic evidence to prove it".

May will become the UK's second female Prime Minister Wednesday and move into her new residence at 10 Downing Street. "It's been a pleasure Prime Minister!"

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