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As Theresa May steps down, here is who could replace her as Prime Minister

WorldNews Friday, 7 June 2019 ()
As Theresa May steps down, here is who could replace her as Prime MinisterLONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Theresa May formally steps down as Conservative Party leader on Friday, defeated by the Brexit conundrum. No public event is planned to mark the occasion as May’s time at the helm ends, not with a bang but a whimper. Almost a dozen Conservative lawmakers are already jostling to replace her in a contest that formally opens Monday, vowing to succeed where May failed and renegotiate Britain’s divorce deal with the European Union. There’s just one problem: the EU says that’s not going to happen. “There will be no renegotiation,” European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said — not for the first time — last week. On Friday, Juncker lamented: “Everyone...
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Theresa May will formally step down as Prime Minister on Friday June 7, paving the way for a new Conservative leader to take her place.

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