Monday July 13, 2020

Cameron bows out in final Question Time

All eyes now on May's choice for Brexit chief

13th July, 2016
Theresa May set to become only the second female prime minister in Britain Pic: Getty

David Cameron has taken his final Question Time as British Prime Minister in the House of Commons. Later this afternoon, he will travel to Buckingham Palace to inform Queen Elizabeth II of his resignation. The Queen will then ask new Conservative Party leader Theresa May to form a government.

In response to a question from an Ulster Unionist MP, Cameron said it was important to keep the benefits of the common travel area for Northern...

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