QUEEN ACCEPTS DAVID CAMERON’S RESIGNATION
The day has come. David Cameron has been Prime Minister of Britain since 2010, and he is now stepping down. After the Brexit referendum, in which he voted to remain, passed, Cameron said that he could not lead the country through the turbulent times ahead. Instead, he nominated interior secretary Theresa May as his successor, a Euroskeptic who also voted remain, but has the mindset to accept the consequences of Brexit and the determination to not reverse the decision. In his final speech at Downing Street, Cameron joked that "apart from one meeting in the afternoon with the Queen, my diary is remarkably light." Indeed, he did have to meet with the Queen in order to formally step down as Prime Minister. Theresa May will then have to meet with the Queen in order to make her title official, after which she will move into 10 Downing Street and begin the task of unifying Britain and negotiating Brexit.