A smiling Theresa May arrived at church this morning with her husband Philip – and had another encounter with Blitz the Border Collie. The Prime Minister, who announced on Friday that she is to quit her post in June, attended her weekly service at St Andrews church in her Maidenhead constituency as fellow Tories battle to succeed her. Mrs May is to continue in her post while a new Conservative Party leader is chosen, but looked relaxed as she greeted the friendly dog, named Blitz and walked with her husband. Boris Johnson, the leading contender to replace her as prime minister, is set for a furious battle with party rivals, with seven others having announced that they are to run. This morning Brexiteer Michael Gove, who famously torpedoed Boris Johnson’s leadership bid in 2016 to run himself, announced that he is to have another attempt at becoming prime minister. This is while other contenders appeared on politics shows across broadcasters to get their points across. A smiling Theresa May arrived at church this morning with her husband Philip. She is set to step down from her role as Prime Minister on June 7 Theresa May (pictured above) seemed in high… Read full this story
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