Theresa May confirmed on Tuesday evening the title of the front-runner candidate to succeed Prime Minister David Cameron.
In the first round of voting among Members of Parliament, the British Home Secretary secured 165 in a 330-strong parliamentary group. The former banker and prominent Leave campaigner Andrea Leadsom came second with 66 votes; Michael Gove got 48.
The Daily Telegraph came out with a front-page on Wednesday with May claiming “Only I can unite the country.” And she also tol...
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