British Prime Minister Theresa May steps down as leader of the United Kingdom and of the Tory party, which will soon vote to name her successor. Her tenure was defined—and defeated—by the notorious referendum popularly known as Brexit.
Donald Trump has lashed out at Theresa May after the leak of diplomatic memos criticizing his presidency. The UK scrambled to stem the damage caused by the leaking of confidential memos, but Trump is not letting go.
In their only head-to-head debate, the two remaining candidates for Britain's new prime minister have both said that the UK will leave the EU on the October 31 deadline. The new leader will take office later in July.
After the leak of diplomatic cables that were heavily critical of US President Donald Trump, Britain’s envoy in Washington, Kim Darroch, has resigned. Trump had said his White House would no longer work with him.
Ten candidates are vying for the leadership of Britain's oldest political party — and the keys to 10 Downing Street. Brexit brought down Theresa May and is expected to be the dominant debate among potential successors.
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