Theresa May is to stand down as the prime minister of the UK by 7 June, opening up a leadership battle in her party and potentially a general election.
Speaking on Friday 24 May, May said she has “deep regret” at not being able to deliver a feasible Brexit deal. She said she had done “everything I can” to garner cross party support for her deal but had reached a point where it was now in the “best interests of the country for a new prime minister to lead that effort”.
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Source: The Drum