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The premiership of Theresa May began on 13 July 2016, when May accepted Queen Elizabeth II's invitation to form a government. This followed the resignation of May's predecessor as British prime minister, David Cameron.

The premiership of Theresa May began on 13 July 2016, when May accepted Queen Elizabeth II's invitation to form a government. This followed the resignation of May's predecessor as British prime minister, David Cameron.

Theresa May faces PMQs as Brexit pressure mounts | ITV News

Theresa May has addressed the Commons at PMQs amid gorwing pressure on her premiership. On Tuesday evening, Tory Brexiteer MPs spent nearly an hour ...

Review of British PM David Cameron's premiership

A look back at the premiership of Britain's David Cameron, as he is expected to pass the reins to incoming Prime Minister Theresa May on July 13.

Theresa May says draft agreement is "right deal" - BBC News

The EU and UK have agreed a draft agreement on their future relationship, paving the way for a Brexit deal to be finalised this weekend. The political declaration ...

Election 2017 V Anchorman

Released in the run-up to the 2017 UK general election, we take the crazy five-way fight scene from Anchorman to explain the politics of the main parties running ...

Theresa May updates MPs on draft Brexit deal - BBC News

Theresa May gives statement to MPs on draft Brexit political declaration European Council chief says the document has been 'agreed in principle' The ...

UK politics professor on reported delay of Brexit vote

(10 Dec 2018) An analyst suggested on Monday that the British prime minister's likely delaying of a parliamentary vote on Brexit was a bid to retain her job.