The British Prime Minister, Theresa may, announced he will leave the post of leader of the Conservative party on 7 June.

“Today I announce that I will resign as leader of the Conservative party on Friday, June 7, so that it was possible to choose my successor,” said may on Friday on the Downing street reporters.

Mei noted that he agreed with the Chairman of the party and head of the influential parliamentary Committee on the election of 1922 the new party leader within a week after her resignation.

However, she stressed that he will remain as Prime Minister until after the completion of the transfer of power.

Mei reminded that are unable to gain support for the agreement on Brexit. “Unfortunately, I was unable to do it. I tried three times,” she said.

Prime emotionally concluded intention to resign as leader of the Conservative party. At the end of the speech, her voice broke. Mei stressed that she became the second woman to hold the post after Margaret Thatcher, but “certainly not the last.”

“I am very grateful that I had the opportunity to serve the country I love,” she said.

After that, Mei turned away from the pulpit, which was made by and entered the door in Downing street, 10.

On Tuesday, may unveiled a new version of the bill on Brexit, on which must vote in the British Parliament. In particular, Mae invited the Parliament to hold a vote on the second referendum on Brexit, promised them a vote on aspects of future relations with the EU and assured that the government will look for an alternative to the criticized “safety plan” on the Irish border.

The new proposal immediately caused a negative reaction among the labour party and among conservatives that support radical Brexit.

Amid sharp criticism of the bill, the British media often wrote about the imminent resignation of may.