London, June 24: After it was clear that Britain had voted for 'Leave,' in the referendum on whether Britain must remain or leave the European Union, British foreign minister said that Prime Minister David Cameron would remain the PM.
AFP quoted Foreign Minister Philip Hammond saying: " David Cameron remains prime minister and will carry out the instructions of the British people."
While there was no official word from Cameron himself, mediapersons waited eagerly for his response outside his residence.
However, Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) called on Cameron's immediate resignation if the 'Leave' vote won in the European Union (EU) referendum resulting in the country's exit.
On Thursday, Britain voted in favour of leaving the European Union. UK Electoral Commission said 17.4 million voted to leave EU whereas 16.1 million voted to remain.
As expected the result sent ripples across the world as the pound fell to its lowest level against the dollar since 1985.
Cameron had on Thursday made a final appeal to the voters to vote in favour of 'Remain'.