UK's Cameron Rejects Charge He's Become Lame Duck by Nixing Third Term

British Prime Minister David Cameron denied he had become a lame duck leader during his final debate in parliament before a tight national election as he sought to leverage his economic record to give his party an elusive lead in stagnant opinion polls. Cameron's remarks about his future, in which he named three possible successors and said he wouldn't seek another term if re-elected in May, are widely seen to have backfired, sparking a media frenzy about his successor and talk of him becoming a lame duck leader.