After the astonishing results of UK referendum where people have decided to leave the European Union David Cameron has resigned.
United Kingdom has made an historic decision that will in time influence not just European affairs but the world stage to. People have spoken and gave their saying in one democratic process called referendum. People chose to leave the EU. This decision must be respected.
Brexit means Brexit
David Cameron is making a final appearance in the House of Commons as prime minister on Wednesday before handing over to his successor, Theresa May after which he is going to travel to Buckingham Palace to give his resignation to Queen Elizabeth II.
The new prime minister of United Kingdom is going to be Theresa May acting Britain’s home secretary — in charge of immigration and law and order. There is already a saying that Theresa May is the new “Iron Lady” of United Kingdom. If she is not she certainly needs to be. She is going to take the steering wheel of UK in times of challenge and tribulations. There many challenges awaiting the new prime minister of UK. Decisions of people that must be respected, divided nation that needs to be reconciled, economy that need to be watched one, migration reform and so on. Lets not forget the famous article 50 of the Lisbon treaty and the negotiation with EU that needs to be taken seriously and done properly. So challenges ahead for the new “Iron Lady” of United Kingdom.
Theresa May needs to be the best of both worlds to reconcile the divided.
Theresa May at announcing her candidacy as new prime minister of Britain:
“First, following last week’s referendum, our country needs strong, proven leadership to steer us through this period of economic and political uncertainty and to negotiate the best possible terms as we leave the European Union.
Second, we need leadership that can unite our party and our country. With the Labour Party tearing itself to pieces and divisive nationalists in Scotland and Wales, it is nothing less than the patriotic duty of our party to unite and govern in the best interests of the whole country.
And third, we need a bold, new, positive vision for the future of our country. A vision of a country that works, not for a privileged few, but for every one of us.”
Theresa May is the new Conservative Party leader and she is going to become the UK’s second female prime minister. Lets see from what is she made of the new Iron Lady of United Kingdom.