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Who will be next UK Prime Minister - latest odds as Theresa May resigns

Hull Daily Mail Friday, 24 May 2019
Who will be next UK Prime Minister - latest odds as Theresa May resignsSajid Javid, Matt Hancock and Amber Rudd are three of the favourites to replace Theresa May.
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News video: UK PM May Remains Focused On Delivering Brexit, Despite Calls For Her To Resign

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According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, British Prime Minister Theresa May remained focused on delivering Brexit and will meet with ministers amid calls for her to resign after her latest plan for leaving the European Union was widely criticized. The spokesman reportedly said that next week's...

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