Theresa May appointed Prime Minister

Britain has got a new Prime Minister.

Schulz said the cabinet, like the one run by May's predecessor David Cameron, is based on solving internal splits in the ruling centre-right Conservative Party rather than promoting the national interest.

As Theresa May set her sights on the future, outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron took the time to examine his past on his last moments in office.

In a speech outside 10 Downing Street, Mr Cameron said being Prime Minister had been the "greatest honour" of his life, and that the United Kingdom was "much stronger" than when he had taken over.

Britain's new prime minister Theresa May has vowed to lead a "one nation" government that works for all not just the "privileged few".

Buckingham Palace released a statement just before 5:30pm saying: "David Cameron has tendered resignation as PM to the Queen which Her Majesty was graciously pleased to accept".

The new Prime Minister believes that numerous people who voted in the recent referendum to leave the European Union were motivated by anger against the U.K.'s elites. I will miss the roar of the crowd, I will miss the barbs from the opposition, but I will be willing you on.

Brexit campaigner and former London mayor Boris Johnson on his way to 10 Downing Street. During that time, she was also Chairman of Education between 1988 and 1990 and Deputy Group Leader and Housing Spokesman between 1992 and 1994.

And she is the UK's second female Prime Minister, after Margaret Thatcher.

She was expected to announce key members of her cabinet, including the foreign, interior and finance ministers, yesterday evening before getting down to business.

May has run Britain's home office for six years, dealing with policing, immigration and other tough issues.

The first decision of Theresa May will be when to formally trigger Britain's exit from the bloc under Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty. "I think she's a cautious person, and the British political establishment needs to come to terms with this massive decision".

Wednesday's newspapers, however, offered mixed judgments of Cameron, a politician toppled by his decision to call a referendum on European Union membership - which he then lost.

She promised to give people who were "just managing" and "working around the clock" more control over their lives.

Congratulations to Prime Minister Theresa May and best wishes to her in her new role as Prime Minister.

Cameron, 49, will be the youngest prime minister to leave office since the Earl of Rosebery in 1895.

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker called on May to swiftly engage in divorce talks with the European Union.

As Scotland mulls moves that could eventually see it break away, following the referendum in which most Scots voted to stay in the European Union but England and Wales voted to leave, May said keeping the "precious" kingdom together was a priority.

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