London (Press)- UK’s new Prime Minister, Theresa May, has demanded more time for negotiations on Brexit. In the initial phone conversations with the European leaders post assuming office, Prime Minister Theresa May has demanded more time for negotiation on Brexit. Outgoing Prime Minister, David Cameron, had announced to resign, post the result of the referendum on exit of Britain from the European Union and handed over the responsibility of Brexit implementation to the successor.
Theresa May assumed office on 12th July, after David Cameron officially submitted his resignation. New Prime Minister, Theresa May, had telephonic conversation with many world leaders. Spokesperson from the Prime Minister’s office has confirmed the conversation of Theresa May with many leaders of the European Union, in which she has demanded more time to settle negotiations in the context of Brexit.
Spokesperson from the Prime Minister’s office has informed, “On all the phone calls, the Prime Minister emphasised her commitment to delivering the will of the British people to leave the European Union. The Prime Minister explained, that we would need some time to prepare for these negotiations and spoke of her hope that these could be conducted in a constructive and positive spirit”.
In phone conversations with the leaders of Germany, France and Ireland, who called to wish May wellas Britain’s second-ever woman Prime Minister,May underlined her commitment to a Brexit.
Spokesperson from the Prime Minister’s office has informed,”The Prime Minister explained that we would need some time to prepare for these negotiations and spoke of her hope that these could be conducted in a constructive and positive spirit”.
Post assuming office, Prime Minister Theresa May emphasised her commitment to fulfil the people’s will to exit the European Union and promised that no further attempt would be made to keep Britain as part of the European Union.