England is going to realize who its next Prime Minister will be later today. The victor of the Tory authority challenge is relied upon to be reported at 11.40am today.
Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt will take over as PM tomorrow after Theresa May‘s last PMQs in the House of Commons. Mrs May will at that point head to Buckingham Palace to officially leave and suggest Johnson as her successor.
The active PM started a Tory initiative decision in May when she sincerely reported her acquiescence outside 10 Downing Street, saying it had been ‘a mind-blowing respect’ to ‘serve the nation that I adore.’
No under 13 Tory MPs entered the race, with contenders, for example, Sajid Javid, Michael Gove and Rory Stewart thumped out during a few rounds of votes by other Tory MPs. Jeremy Corbyn required a general race following Mrs May’s renunciation and will probably make a crisp interest for an open vote later today.
Be that as it may, insofar as the following Tory pioneer has the help from most MPs, they don’t need to hold a general race.