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Britain's new prime minister should take up position on July 24: spokesman

Reuters Tuesday, 25 June 2019 ()
Britain's new prime minister should take up his position on the afternoon of July 24, a spokesman for Theresa May said on Tuesday, fleshing out a succession triggered by her resignation after failing to get her Brexit deal approved by parliament.
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