Tuesday July 14, 2020

Villiers quits as May shake-up continues

Davis, Johnson and Fox handed task of delivering Brexit

14th July, 2016
Theresa May begins naming new team Pic: Getty

New British Prime Minister Theresa May has continued a shake-up of ministers by sacking a number of former allies of David Cameron.

She last night announced her team to negotiate Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union and promised to build a more socially just country as she became Britain's new prime minister.

May took over from David Cameron less than three weeks after Britain voted to leave the EU. She promised a “bold...

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