David Cameron to resign on Wednesday
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British PM David Cameron is set to resign on Wednesday thus allowing Theresa May to take over premiership.
The chair of the 1922 Committee officially named May as the Conservative Party leader and consequently the Prime Minister in waiting. She will take over as the Prime Minister on Wednesday evening.
Immediately after she was confirmed, May said that she will come into power with a number of priorities. Among the top on her list are uniting the nation. She also purposes to steer the country into a brighter future.
After he failed to convince the voters to vote for Remain, David Cameron announced he would resign. He was earlier on planned to get out of office by 9th of September after a new leader is named. But things changed after Andrea Leadsom dropped out of the race.
After the Energy Minister quit, May was left with no contender and thus became a new leader out rightly.
David Cameron to resign
While addressing reporters outside No 10 Downing Street, David Cameron said that there is no need to prolog things.
“Obviously, with these changes, we now don’t need to have a prolonged period of transition. And so tomorrow I will chair my last Cabinet meeting. On Wednesday I will attend the House of Commons for Prime Minister’s questions.”