Theresa May or the new prime minister?
Her dream is to build a better country for millions of ordinary working citizens. Thus, Theresa May is the new prime minister to take over Britain. She has won the leadership election and will replace David Cameron, the former prime minister. She will become Britain’s 76th PM and she is only the second woman in the top job following Margaret Thatcher.
But what can Great Britain and Europe expect from this reserved Englishwoman with the most daunting in-tray of any prime minister since the Second World War? A stronger new Britain and a new vision for her country.
Moreover, for those who thought that she would like to return in the European Union, she said: “Well, I couldn’t be clearer. There will be no attempts to remain in the EU, no attempts to rejoin it by the back door, and no second referendum”. She said it was time for a “different kind of conservatism” and a “break with the past”, which will be difficult especially in today’s uncertain economic period.
Nevertheless in order to satisfy all the Britain people and to achieve this, she will handle three crucial requirements: first of all she said : “We Theresa May or the new prime minister?need to negotiate the best deal for Britain leaving the EU and forge a new role for ourselves in the world. Brexit means Brexit and we’re going to make a success of it. Second, we need to unite our country. Third, we need a strong new positive vision for the future of our country. A vision of a country that works not for a privileged elite, but for everyone. Because we are going to give people more control over their lives. And that’s how together we will build a better Britain.”These three crucial requirements will be keys pledged in order to create a stronger Britain.
All British politicians agree to say that she is the best choice for Britain because she has a very good leadership and this is what Britain needs, even if it will be difficult especially in today’s uncertain economic period. Brexit leader Boris Johnson was favourite to be PM himself until three weeks ago. He said : “Theresa May will provide the authority and leadership necessary to unite the party and take the country forward.”
Mr Cameron said about his successor: “She is strong, she is competent, she is more than able to provide the leadership that our country is going to need. She will have my full support.”