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Prime Minister Theresa May took power after David Cameron's departure in wake of Britain's vote to leave EU
NEW YORK - Following British Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation, Theresa May, the British Conservative Party leader who currently serves as the country's home secretary, is expected to succeed Mr. Cameron. In response to these developments, American Jewish Congress (AJCongress) President Jack Rosen and Vice President Dr. Show More Summary
David Cameron is out, Theresa May is firmly in. The new British prime minister quickly effected change as she installed a new cabinet of top lieutenants—Philip Hammond and, surprisingly, Boris Johnson among them—in yet another tumultuous...Show More Summary
"I was the future once," remarked British Prime Minister David Cameron in the House of Commons, a wistful note on his last day as head of his nation's government. He vacated 10 Downing Street on Wednesday after fast-tracking a resignation that, just months ago, would have seemed almost implausible. Show More Summary
Compared to the laborious process of replacing an American President, the British system of transferring power is very rapid. On Wednesday afternoon, David Cameron, the Prime Minister for the past six years, was driven from Downing Street to Buckingham Palace, where he submitted his resignation to the Queen, a formality that goes back centuries. Show More Summary
Theresa May is officially the new Prime Minister of Britain. David Cameron tendered his resignation Wednesday, clearing the way for May to become the country's first female PM since Margaret Thatcher. Mark Phillips has more.
David Cameron is moving out of 10 Downing Street. But as the prime minister changes, the prime mouser is holding firm. Meet Larry, the U.K.'s fearless, allegedly feckless feline in chief.
Outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron arrived at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday to officially request Queen Elizabeth II to accept his resignation.
LONDON — In his last Prime Minister’s Questions before handing over the reins of power to Theresa May, David Cameron said he wanted to put one rumor to rest. “The rumor that somehow I don’t love Larry. I do, and I have photographic evidence to prove it,” said Cameron, brandishing a picture of himself with […]
After a tumultuous few weeks in British politics, Theresa May will officially become Britain's prime minister on Wednesday. The day will be full of tradition and pomp. Her predecessor, David Cameron, must travel to Buckingham Palace to formally tender his resignation to the Queen and announce May as his successor. The Queen will then meet May […]
Outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron has been farewelled by MPs in a light-hearted final Prime Minister’s Question Time in parliament, with lawmakers channeling Monty Python, Top Gear, fashion advice and even 10 Downing Street’s resident cat during the tribute.
Theresa May will take over the job of British prime minister from David Cameron on Wednesday and form a government with the monumental tasks of extricating Britain from the European Union and uniting a fractured nation. May, who hasShow More Summary
UK Prime Minister David Cameron's satisfaction ratings sank to the lowest mark ever, 28 percent, on his last day in the office, a poll revealed on Wednesday.
After weeks of turmoil and party infighting, Theresa May becomes new British prime minister.
Prime Minister wagered his career on the British people choosing to remain in the EU, now he has said his farewells
British Prime Minister David Cameron received a standing ovation from colleagues at the close of his final session of prime minister's questions. The members of the House of Commons rose as one to thank a smiling Cameron for his six years of service as a Conservative prime minister. During the...
The British leader is expected to tender his resignation to Queen Elizabeth II, who will then invite his successor, Theresa May, to form a government.
LONDON--Queen Elizabeth II has seen it all before -- 12 times before, to be precise. On Wednesday, she will say goodbye to her David Cameron, her 12th prime minister, and hello to Theresa May, her 13th. While a political earthquake has shook Westminster to its core and triggered the resignations of a number of politicians, […]
Theresa May, who is replacing David Cameron, has espoused opinions favorable toward Israel and the Jewish people, making a sharp contrast with the anti-Semitism of the British Labour Party.