On her first day in No 10, the new PM’s in-tray will be packed with problems: on the EU, Trident, schools, the NHS and more
David cameron having scored one the most appallingly obvious own goals [entirely selfy inflicted and predictable] then passes the parcel to Theresa May, after Johnson, Farage et al have headed to the moors with their tails between their legs. Whilst there is no seeming end to the complete lack of political awareness form Cameron around the whole exercise, he will surely being giving a massive sigh of relief to be exiting No 10 and passing all of the headaches on to someone else.
May will find a confluence of very pressing and complex matters in her in-tray on her first day in No 10 – and not just about how Britain will leave the EU.
From universal credit to junior doctors’ strikes, school academisation and farmers’ subsidies, she will inherit many challenges from David Cameron’s administration.
May frequently says simply - Brexit means Brexit, but this leaves all the relevant questions unanswered.