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Wednesday, 13 July 2016

Theresa May Take the Mantle of Leadership As Cameron Resign

Theresa May on Wednesday became Britain’s new prime minister, taking over from David Cameron with the task of negotiating Britain’s exit from the EU.


The new leader of the Conservative Party Theresa May (L) kneels as she is greeted by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II (R) at the start of an audience in Buckingham Palace in central London on July 13, 2016 where the Queen invited the former Home Secretary to become Prime Minister and form a new government.

Theresa May became Britain’s second female prime minister on July 13 charged with guiding the UK out of the European Union after a deeply divisive referendum campaign ended with Britain voting to leave and David Cameron resigning.

Conservative Party leader May, 59, to form a government during a brief meeting at Buckingham Palace in London, less than an hour after Cameron tendered his resignation to the head of state. PM May vows to fight inequality, protect UK union

Source: vanguardngr