DEMOCRACY-DENIER SIR Vince Cable has finally quit as leader of the Lib Dems following Prime Minister Theresa May’s shock resignation.

The 76-year-old arch Remoaner has followed in Brexit-betrayer May’s footsteps and quit his role as leader of his own party, adding his last day in the job would be the end of July.

He said: “I will be proud to hand over a bigger, stronger party on July 23rd.”

His announcement came a matter of hours after Mrs May’s, which saw her shed tears on the famous steps of No10, and has since caused a stir among remainers, as die-hard democracy-deniers are flocking to replace him as the next poster boy for anti-patriotic sentiment. 

FOSSILIZED: LibDem leader Cable.

His resignation letter reads: “I said earlier this year that the time would soon come to hand over the leadership of the party to a new generation. That process begins today: I will be proud to hand over a bigger, stronger party on July 23rd.

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