Tuesday, 12 July 2016

A New Prime Minister For Britain Post Brexit


 After a long battle amongst MPS post Brexit ,Theresa May is finally going to be the new prime minister following the withdrawal of Conservative Andrea Leadsom.

David Cameron is set to resign by wednesday. Mrs May who voted for stay in the EU will be faced to a long and hard task of restoring Britain to a strong and stable government and economy.

She is 59years old and has been a home secretary since 2010. Mrs Leadsom praised Mrs May and said the UK needed stability and strong government and Mrs May was placed to implement Brexit. Mrs May's handover will be after the PM's questions on wednesday according to BBC. Tory MPs are holding talks with the Conservative board so they can formally declare her the winner.

In a public statement Mrs May said Brexit is Brexit and they will work to make it successful. She is expected to make a public statement at about 18:00 BST according to BBC assistant political editor Norman Smith.

The Greens and teh Lib Dems both of Labour are asking dor a quick general elections rather than waiting till 2020 under the Fixed Term Parliaments Acts . Co- coordinator of Labour's election Jon Trickett, said it is important because of the lack of stability that is being experienced by Brexit vote.


He further reiterated that with Theresa Ma's coronation,an early general election is needed. Positing that the Tories have no mandate, he cited that Britain deserves better than that.

On the other hand, a Labour leadership contest has begun after Angela Eagle launched a bid to challenge Jeremy Corbyn for the job, saying she could provide the leadershio needed in the dark times for Labour that He Corbyn could not achieve.



Meanwhile, a Labour leadership contest has begun after Angela Eagle launched a bid to challenge Jeremy Corbyn for the job, saying she she could provide the leadership in "dark times for Labour" that Mr Corbyn could not.

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