Cameron out, May in

Theresa May will take over from David Cameron as British prime minister on Wednesday after weeks of leaderless, Brexit-inspired chaos. May, who has served as home secretary for six years, is considered a professional, measured politician. Though she campaigned for Britain to remain in the EU in the recent referendum, May has indicated she will begin the process of extracting the UK from the continent next year. May will be Britain’s second female prime minister and the first in 26 years. As the movers’ van arrives at 10 Downing Street, we decode what May believes in.

David Cameron chairs final cabinet before Theresa May enters No 10




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