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    moggy1923
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        The last few weeks in UK have been very unsettiling after the unexpected result of EU vote, David Cameroon announcing he was stepping down.

        the auguments between remainers/leavers

        Now with the announcement by Andrea Leadsom that she has pulled out of standing for PM vote,

        it looks very likely that Theresa May will be the next Prime Minister for UK by early next week or before.

        In my opinion it will be settling for UK to again have permanent Prime Minister in place.

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            she will take over on Wednesday. Mr Cameron wants to do one more PMQ’s.

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                8 days before the summer Recess holidays for Parliament

                http://www.parliament.uk/about/faqs/house-of-commons-faqs/business-faq-page/recess-dates/

                6F6D65657B020 wrote: The last few weeks in UK have been very unsettiling after the unexpected result of EU vote, David Cameroon announcing he was stepping down.

                the auguments between remainers/leavers

                Now with the announcement by Andrea Leadsom that she has pulled out of standing for PM vote,

                it looks very  likely that Theresa May will be the next Prime Minister for UK by early next week or before.

                In my opinion it will be settling for UK to again have permanent Prime Minister in place.

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