UK 14 JULY – Theresa May, 59, has become the new Prime Minister of Britain, replacing David Cameron in Downing Street yesterday after she accepted the Queen’s invitation to form the government.
Theresa May is the new Conservative Party leader and UK’s second female Prime Minister after Margaret Thatcher, taking charge at one of the most challenging times in the recent political history.
Born on 1st October 1956, Theresa May is the Member of Parliament (MP) for Maidenhead since 1997 and Home Secretary since May 2010.
In her maiden speech as the new Prime Minister of UK, Theresa May vowed to lead a “one nation government” that works for all and not just the privileged few. Her mission is to build a better Britain and will rise to face challenges.
Meanwhile, David Cameron in his speech said: “My early wish is a continuous success for this country that i love very much. I have served as Prime Minister of UK for six years”.
David Cameron resigned as Prime Minister of UK after the people voted for a British exit or Brexit from the EU in a historic referendum on Thursday, 23 June 2016.
Theresa was set to take over as Prime Minister after she won the Tony Leadership contest as a result of the rival pulled out._malaysiaworldnews.com