Theresa May is set to become the UK's next prime minister after Andrea Leadsom pulled out of the contest to become Conservative Party leader. The timing of the handover of power from David Cameron is currently being discussed, but could be within days. Mrs May, 59, who backed staying in the EU, has been home secretary since 2010. Mrs Leadsom, who campaigned to leave the EU, said the UK needed "strong and stable government" and that Mrs May was "ideally placed" to implement Brexit. - 11.07.16
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Businesses who have invested in companies in Great Britain have reported slower sales have started arise after the recent Brexit, Britain Exit. The Great Britain Pound has lost some currency value. Following the exit of Britain, the stock of the U.K. has dropped fifteen to twenty percent.