After the voting for Brexit, David Cameron has announced that he will resign as the Prime Minister of Britain. So, speculation is now high on who will become the next British Prime Minister. Here are the top contenders.
He is very popular in his party and is one fo the most renowned political figures of the country. He has always supported the Brexit movement, even during its hardest times. So, he is seen by many as the likely next Prime Minister of Britain.
She is the longest serving Home Secretary in last 100 years. She has taken a very conservative approach; she has delivered only a few speeches and interviews. She was critical of many issues of the EU, specifically the European Convention on Human Rights. She is creating her back-room staff for the campaign. Her experience is a huge advantage, and she was many admirers within the party and outside. She is known by many as a steady head and a perfect person to lead in this unstable condition of the country.
He is the Justice Secretary. He supported Prime Minister David Cameron throughout. He performed well during the TV debates and is a favorite among Eurosceptic Conservatives.
She is a Scottish Conservative leader and is hugely popular. She led the Conservatives to a second place in May’s Scottish Parliament elections. She is considered to be a very important candidate.
He is deemed to be David Cameron’s natural heir. He is the Chancellor of the Exchequer and is a prospective candidate for the Prime Minister of Britain.
After many debates, Theresa May has been voted as the next Prime Minister of Britain. She will take her new position on June 13, 2016.