British Prime Minister, David Cameron has reveled that he would stand down on Wednesday, insisting that there will be a new PM by the end of that day-and from all indications, that will be Home Secretary, Theresa May.
In a short interview with journalists in front of 10 Downing Street today, Cameron said there was no need for a long transition and that he was going to see the Queen on Wednesday.
He said he was delighted that there was no prolonged leadership battle in the Conservative Party and was happy that the baton now will pass to Theresa May
According to him “She is strong and competent and is a good hand to lead the UK to its next destination. She will have my full support”
Cameron said he would take his last PM Questions on Wednesday before visiting the Queen
Already, Theresa May, the Home Secretary is set to take over from David Cameron as Conservative following the withdrawal of Andrea Leadsome from the race.
Though MPs did not vote individually, May is believed to have the support of Senior Conservatives including Chancellor, George Osborne who has stated that she has the steel to lead the Country.
May was a vocal Brexit supporter and has stated today that there is no going back on the vote to pull Britain out of the European Union.