Even as he entered Number 10 for this term of office, the cards of his downfall had been played out - only he didn't take heed of the warning - at this stage, the UK was calling to #LeaveEU. Instead of listening to the country, he went in the opposite direction and ordered his cabinet ministers to support him or be ejected from Parliament.
Several months down the line and Mr. Cameron faces the prospect of being the first PM to be unilaterally disliked. With 90% of the UK supporting Brexit it is clear to see this is not a political or religious decision, the decision to come out is being made as an economical option to save the UK.
The situation for the "remain"party is dire. Yesterday the gap jumped from a 10% lead to a 19% lead for Brexit. If DC doesn't stand down this month, he WILL become the first PM to be rejected by his political party.
Where did Labour go wrong?
The Labour party had lost the 2015 election before the votes were cast because like DC with the EU, Ed Miliband - the former leader - didn't listen to the people of the UK. With growing concerns about immigration control and the loss of jobs to EU workers, he had posters printed telling colored people and immigrants to come to the UK for work.
If that wasn't bad enough, he totally misread the Scottish voters and their support for the Scottish Nationalist Party. Scotland had always been considered a Labour stronghold with the mines, steelworks, and shipbuilding industry but in 2015 the Scots turned their backs on them, and Labour lost several seats to the SNP. Not only did they lose seats, one was lost with a swing of over 40%. In most of the seats in Scotland, Labour are not even the second party.
The end of Labour
Labour has no chance of getting back in power for another two generations at least. After the election massacres, Miliband resigned his leadership; the ensuing contest came down to the best(?) of a bad bunch as Jeremy Corbyn took over. He hadn't finished his acceptance speech before a dozen of his cabinet ministers resigned, this was the start of the rot. Over the next two weeks another dozen left, leaving the party bereft of support. The party is being led by a man whose wife left him because he had an affair with MP Dianne Abbot. Corbyn refused to stand for the monarch and in doing so became the first minister to have his title of the Right Honorable rescinded by a monarch. He also disrespected the fallen at the Cenotaph. Add to this his support for terrorist groups like the IRA and it is easy to see why Labour are dead.