Just a few weeks before seeking a second term, David Cameron sparked criticism Monday when he announced that he would not seek a third term as Prime Minister of Britain.
"I´ve said I´ll stand for a full second term, but I think after that it will be time for new leadership. Terms are like Shredded Wheat -- two are wonderful but three might just be too many," he said.
A Liberal Democrat spokesman described the comments as "incredibly presumptuous" and a Labour Party campaign strategy chairman said they were "arrogant". Cameron, however, said he just gave "a very straight answer to a very straight question".