Cameron chairs last cabinet as British PM
LONDON: David Cameron led his last bureau meeting on Tuesday following six years as Britain’s executive, with approaching chief Theresa May get ready to frame another legislature to convey Brexit.
May drove tributes to Cameron at the meeting, which was portrayed by priests as “passionate”, and postured for picture takers on the progressions of the chief’s 10 Downing Street living arrangement a short time later.
Cameron’s end came sooner than anticipated after sensational turns in the challenge to supplant him prompted his quick exit from force under three weeks after the country’s seismic vote to stop the European Union.
May will go under quick weight from EU pioneers to set out a timetable for Brexit.
The European Commission’s economy boss Pierre Moscovici encouraged May to quicken the procedure.
“That is the thing that I think many people expect and seek and call after,” he said in Brussels, including that further defers would drag out harming instability for the economy.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said late Monday: “The United Kingdom should rapidly clear up how it needs its ties with the European Union to be in future.”
Cameron reported he would venture down subsequent to driving the fizzled crusade for Britain to stay in the EU in the June 23 choice.
Home Secretary May, the inside priest, was proclaimed the new pioneer of the overseeing focus right Conservative Party on Monday after junior vitality pastor Andrea Leadsom, her exclusive remaining challenger for the post, pulled back from the challenge.