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From accidentally leaving his daughter in a south Bucks pub to buying Wotsits in Wycombe, we wave goodbye to Prime Minister David Cameron today and look back at his time in office and antics in the area.

After leading the country for six years, the Conservative politician is set to hand over the reins to Maidenhead MP Theresa May today.

Steeped in history, south Bucks retreat Chequers has been the home of many former Prime Ministers, with Mr Cameron embracing it as his own while becoming fully engrossed in village life in recent years.

He was often seen visiting one of his favourite watering holes, The Plough at Cadsden, during his time in office and even had time for a few rounds of golf in Princes Risborough.

It is the pub which has made many headlines following visits by the PM though – most notably when his eight-year-old daughter Nancy was accidentally left behind following a meal out.

He also took the President of China along there for a pint of bitter and fish and chips last year, and has even joined in festive Morris dancing during his traditional Boxing Day visits.

Mr Cameron has also been spotted in a High Wycombe pub, having stopped off at The Hobgoblin in February 2015 to use the toilet and buy a bag of Wotsits.

And, earlier this year he was introduced to his four-legged namesake, Cameron the dog – named after the PM by Saunderton-based Hearing Dogs for Deaf People following his visit to their anniversary celebrations.

Removal vans have been busy at work outside Downing Street too in the last couple of days, with Mrs May set to be appointed as the UK’s second female Prime Minister following a meeting with the Queen later today.