U.K.'s Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday he plans to exit from his post by Wednesday evening. That makes way for U.K. Home Secretary Theresa May to succeed Cameron as the country's new leader, as well as the head of the ruling Conservative Party. Earlier Monday, the path was cleared for May to succeed Cameron after British lawmaker Andrea Leadsom dropped her bid to takeover the reins at 10 Downing Street. Cameron on June 24 said he'd resign his job, a move that came after he unsuccessfully campaigned for the U.K. to remain a member of the European Union in the June 23 Brexit referendum.
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