Britain's new prime minister should take up position on July 24: spokesman
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.
Brexit dominated as Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt made their final bids to become the UK's next prime minister. The two candidates took part in the final leadership hustings at the London Excel Centre..
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