David Cameron resigns as British Prime Minister

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Friday, June 24, 2016

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After expressing the need for Britain to remain part of the European Union, Prime Minister David Cameron announced on Friday he will be stepping down from his position.

It comes after 52% of the British population voted to leave the European Union. According to an 9news.com/au, It appears that the outcome of the Brexit (British exit from the European Union) referendum was won by voting percentages which would represent over 1 million votes. The exit may take years to accomplish, However According to German Chancellor Angela Merkel “what the consequences of this would be… would depend on whether we — the other 27 member states of the EU — prove to be willing and able to not draw quick and simple conclusions from the referendum in Great Britain, which would only further divide Europe”. Read more at http://www.9news.com.au/world/2016/06/24/08/01/britons-vote-to-remain-in-eu-early-exit-poll#dIBhJKb7JMeSBeJO.99

In a short speech, Mr. Cameron stated Britain will now require a new and determined leadership to deal with the change.If elected next year, Le Pen has declared she would become “Madame Frexit” and call a referendum on France’s EU membership within six months. Read more at [http://www.9news.com.au/world/2016/06/24/08/01/britons-vote-to-remain-in-eu-early-exit-poll#dIBhJKb7JMeSBeJO.99-9news.com.au}. Notably, until an election occurs, the question of who will become the new British Prime Minister remains.



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