The BBC reports
"Tomorrow members of the National Union of Teachers will walk out in a
long-running dispute over performance related pay, pensions and workload –
forcing many schools to close.
Mr Cameron told Prime Minister’s Questions the NUT’s strike ballot had taken
place in 2012 on a 27% turn out.
"I think the time has come for looking at setting thresholds in strike
"How can it possibly be right for our children's education to be
disrupted by trade unions acting in that way? It is time to legislate and it
will be in the Conservative manifesto."
Dave is right, 27% is not enough. That is why I know he is going to resign.
He became Prime Minister after the 2010 General Election in which his party got 36.1% of the vote on a turn out of 65.1%.
36.1% x 65.1% = 23.5%
I know that if Dave the Dim really believes in thresholds he will realise that he cannot be Prime Minister when only 23.5% of the electorate voted for his party. That is well below any legitimacy threshold.
Obviously he will now do the honourable thing and resign.