Many religious (and not so religious) people will say that Cameron should have left Heaven out of his party politics.
What is new about this? Not much really.
Any Conservative Prime Minister would always like it if the Labour opposition leader would go away, and the Labour party would be in trouble.
More yet … Cameron is not any Conservative Prime Minister. He has announced his resignation and is now politically a walking dead man.
His Conservative party is in chaos, while in its smoke-filled backrooms there is fighting about who will be the next Tory leader.
It is understandable that David Cameron would like Labour to be in the same chaos as his own party, after the European Union membership referendum which he lost, in spite of, or maybe because of, his expensive taxpayer-paid propaganda of there supposedly there not being anything wrong with the European Union and that the lights would go out and that there would be devastating lethal volcanic eruptions of all mountains, hills and molehills in Britain if the electorate would vote for Brexit.
So, one might compare Cameron’s call on Corbyn to resign to the desperate shriek of a man who cannot swim and is about to drown, to his opponent standing on the bank to jump into the water and drown as well.
Except that Cameron has a Tory fifth column inside the Parliamentary Labour Party: the Blairite right-wing MPs who with Cameron want to drown Corbyn, and with him Labour party democracy, the verdict of Labour members who massively elected Corbyn, and the hopes of defeating the Conservatives in a general election.
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