The media learned about the desire of the British conservatives to change the Prime Minister

Philip Hammond

The members of the Conservative party of great Britain advocate the displacement of Theresa may as Prime Minister of the country. On Sunday, June 25, the newspaper The Times.

The change may, in the opinion of the conservatives, must come to the current Minister of Finance, Philip Hammond. His Deputy should be the Minister of Brexit David Davis.

This indicates that Hammond may be appointed leader of the ruling Conservative party in October, but only on the condition that he will leave the post of Prime Minister in two years.

“I think Philip (Hammond) is the most likely candidate for a couple of years, and Davis will do Brexit”, — said one of the representatives of the party newspaper.

The Times also points out that the appointment of Hammond to the post of Prime Minister may not like the skeptics who are suspicious of the claims of Hammond to conduct the so-called Brexit, with a focus on business and jobs, and not on migration control.

Among the possible candidates for the post of Prime Minister, in addition to Hammond and Davis, is also Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain, Boris Johnson.

Early parliamentary elections were held in the UK on 8 June. The conservative party won, but lost the ruling majority and lost the chance to form a single-party government. Elections were held at the initiative of the Mae, which has decided to dissolve the Parliament and strengthened the parliamentary majority of his party ahead of negotiations with the EU on Brexit.

To gain a simple majority of seats the conservatives failed, which is why there is the need to create coalitions. 9 Jun may announced the intention to form a government with the help of his friends from the Democratic unionist party.

In late March, may have signed the letter notifying the authorities of the European Union about the formal start of procedure Brexit. The talks will take two years. The decision to withdraw Britain from the EU were adopted by referendum on 23 June 2016.