Britain’s Theresa May says to negotiate a successful Brexit as PM

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London | July 11, 2016 10:32 PM

Britain's next prime minister, Theresa May, called on Monday for the country to unite under her leadership, promising to make a success of negotiating the country's divorce from the European Union.

May is due to be installed as prime minister in succession to David Cameron on Wednesday. (Reuters)May is due to be installed as prime minister in succession to David Cameron on Wednesday. (Reuters)

Britain’s next prime minister, Theresa May, called on Monday for the country to unite under her leadership, promising to make a success of negotiating the country’s divorce from the European Union.

After receiving official confirmation she had won a leadership contest of the ruling Conservative Party following the exit of the only other candidate, May told reporters: “Brexit means Brexit and we are going to make a success of it … we need to unite our country.”

May is due to be installed as prime minister in succession to David Cameron on Wednesday.

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