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Prime Minister of the UK news

Prime Minister of the UK news
Follow RT for news and updates on politicians in the UK, including the Prime Minister of the UK. The incumbent Prime Minister of the UK is Theresa May, who began her premiership on July 13, 2016, and announced her resignation on May 24, 2019. She is due to leave office on June 7, 2019 – read all the updates that matter on RT. Don’t miss news and opinions on the possible successors of Theresa May. Read news on RT to get information on the constitutional background of the Prime Minister of the UK. Find the news and articles on the powers and duties of the Prime Minister of the UK. The Prime Minister of the UK is the head of government and plays a key role in the politics of the UK, representing the UK in international relations. The Prime Minister of the UK is essentially responsible for the policy and decisions of the government, and also appoints members of the government, is the principal government figure in the House of Commons, oversees the operation of the Civil Service and government agencies. Find articles containing news on the politics carried out by the Prime Minister of the UK, his/her meeting and negotiations with other countries and domestic policy. Brexit is a critical issue in the UK and the EU at the moment. Don’t miss news and updates on the Prime Minister’s statement, views and actions on that matter. Also find news and information on the former Prime Ministers of the UK, such as Tony Blair, David Cameron, Gordon Brown, or Margaret Thatcher.