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15 Jul 2016
European Parliament chief, Martin Schulz, has criticised the Cabinet picks of new British Prime Minister, Theresa May, as part of a “dangerously vicious cycle” that will hurt Britons in the long run.
14 Jul 2016
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Thursday that quitting the EU did not mean "leaving Europe", as he brushed off criticism of his appointment in Prime Minister Theresa May's new Brexit government.
14 Jul 2016
Theresa May was to spend her first full day as prime minister fleshing out her government on Thursday, after taking office pledging a fresh start as Britain heads towards the EU exit door.
14 Jul 2016
Standing with his family outside the famous black door, Mr. Cameron said that he believed he was leaving the country “much stronger” and the economy “immeasurably stronger” after his six years in office.
13 Jul 2016
Theresa May took over as Britain's new prime minister on Wednesday, promising a "bold, new, positive role" for the country less than three weeks after its seismic vote to leave the EU.
12 Jul 2016
German Chancellor Angela Merkel expects Britain's new government to "quickly" define its relationship with the European Union after conservative Theresa May becomes prime minister on Wednesday.
12 Jul 2016
British Prime Minister, David Cameron, will resign his position tomorrow, he said yesterday. The move paves the way for Theresa May to succeed him as British leader.
11 Jul 2016
Theresa May will on Wednesday become the prime minister who leads Britain's into Brexit talks after her only rival in the race to succeed David Cameron pulled out unexpectedly.
11 Jul 2016
Theresa May became the sole contender to be Britain's next prime minister on Monday after her only rival pulled out in a dramatic twist as turmoil sweeps the political scene in the wake of the Brexit vote.
7 Jul 2016
The prime minister to lead Britain out of the EU will be either cabinet veteran Theresa May or political newcomer Andrea Leadsom after Conservative MPs voted for a two-woman shortlist, as the IMF urged a swift exit to limit damaging uncertainty.
1 Jul 2016
Justice Secretary Michael Gove and Home Secretary Theresa May lead a five-way race to be the next Conservative Party leader and United Kingdom (UK) prime minister.

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